Smart Colloidal Materials by Walter Richtering

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  • Chemistry,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Chemistry - Clinical,
  • Material Science,
  • Colloids,
  • Materials,
  • Polymers,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Chemistry - General

Edition Notes

Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science

Book details

The Physical Object
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9056337M
ISBN 103540327010
ISBN 109783540327011

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Unfortunately, making particles with well-defined shape and surface chemistry often requires considerable effort and time, and as such, they are available only in restrictive yields. Here we report. Colloid, any substance consisting of particles substantially larger than atoms or ordinary molecules but too small to be visible to the unaided eye; more broadly, any substance, including thin films and fibres, having at least one dimension in this general size range, which encompasses about 10 −7 to 10 −3 cm.

Colloidal systems may exist as dispersions of one substance in another—for. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the embryonic field of smart materials and structures, and also presents a state-of-the-art review of the sub-disciplines of the field.

It informs readers of the technical challenges to the commercialisation of products incorporating these material 5/5(1). Colloidal materials can remain evenly distributed in the solution without settling to the bottom or becoming dissolved.

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Smart optical materials (SOM) that allow the tuning of multiple optical properties are of emerging interest for diverse applications in sensing, display and anti-counterfeiting. However, the existing studies are restricted to colloidal assemblies of one-dimensional building blocks, including nanorods and nanoellips.

Polymer-based smart materials have become attractive in recent years due to the fact that polymers are flexible and provide many advantages compared to inorganic smart materials: they are low cost, they are easy to process, and they exhibit good performance at nano.

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The ER behavior of these ecoresorbable smart fluids can be described by the Wagner model. Moreover, the metal dopants minimally impact the high colloidal stability achieved by the porous structures of the HNPs in the ER fluids.

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Soluble starch has been used during synthesis because it is a cheap and environmentally friendly reactive. Silver colloid has been characterized by physicochemical methods: UV–VIS spectroscopy, Scanning Electron.

Cautions: Colloidal particles cannot be seen, except by viewing scattered light from a beam passing through the solution.

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Magneto-sensitive smart materials, also named as magnetorheological (MR) materials, are a class of smart composites prepared by dispersing nanometer- or micrometer-sized ferromagnetic fillers into the different carrier matrix.

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The smart materials, which are not active, are called passive smart materials. Although smart, these lack the inherent capability to transduce energy.

Fibre optic material is a good example of a passive smart material. Such materials can act as sensors but not as actuators or transducers. Colloidal quantum dot light emitters go broadband in the infrared (such as smart watches, mobile phones etc.) the introduction of on-chip spectrometers for health monitoring, allergen.

The electrorheological (ER) effect is known as the change in the rheological behaviors of ER fluids under applied electric field E. When an E is imposed, ER fluids show phase transition from a liquid to a solid-like state due to the interactions of polarized particles.

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