Controlled Nucleation for the Regulation of the Particle Size in Monodisperse Gold Suspensions View Full Text


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DATE

1973-01

AUTHORS

G. FRENS

ABSTRACT

MANY properties of colloids and suspensions depend on the particle size. Series of monodisperse suspensions of the same chemical composition but of rather different particle sizes may be used to study particle size dependent phenomena, such as Brownian motion, light scattering, sedimentation and electrophoresis of small particles. We have used such series to demonstrate the increased tendency of metal suspensions to coagulate in the presence of electrolytes as the radius of the particles increases1. More... »

PAGES

20-22

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

105

VOLUME

241

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