Production of Nanostructured Materials
Chemical manufacturing processes intentionally initiating cavitation during production allows manufacturers the ability to create extremely effective, reliable, and shelf-stable products. Cavitation is often employed to homogenize particles within colloidal suspensions, thus enabling to create a wide range of chemical products including polymers, plastics, pigments, paints, pastes, pharmaceuticals and more.
The process mainly consists of two approaches: first by mixing of soluble sources so that they form a homogeneous solution followed by the second approach of rapid precipitation of solute from solvent to form a chemically homogeneous precursor, thereafter reduction of the precursor powder followed by carburization to form biphasic particles of nanophase structures.
Defined production and reaction conditions are crucial in obtaining size-dependent particle features, obtaining consistent results in terms of particle size, chemical composition, crystallinity, and shape could be quite challenging.
The reactive solution could be deeply homogenized on utilizing UADA module which aids in production of fine dispersion of the fractions.
Smart mixing of precursor chemicals ensures nanoparticles as small as possible in size.