University of Cordoba research group publishes Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis data on metallic nanoparticles as part of a program to develop sustainable nanomaterials

02:35 EST 6 Nov 2013 | Lab Bulletin

NanoSight reports on how the University of Cordoba has applied Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, NTA, to improve the understanding of the behaviour of silver colloids used in the development of sustainable nanomaterials.

A NanoSight LM-10 system as used by the University of Cordoba.

Dr Rafael Luque is a research member in the Department of Organic Chemistry on the Campus de Rabanales of the University of Cordoba in Spain. The main research goals of his team include the preparation of nanoparticle systems for potential utilization as catalysts and in other applications (e.g. antimicrobial and photocatalytic activities). They are focused on the design of various nanomaterials for a broad range of applications...

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