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Measurement of airborne carbon nanofiber structure using a tandem mobility-mass analysis.
Ku BK; Emery MS; Maynard AD; Stolzenburg MR; McMurry PH
Proceedings of the Seventh International Aerosol Conference, September 10-15, 2006, St. Paul, Minnesota. Biswas P, Chen DR, Hering S, eds. Mount Laurel, NJ: American Association for Aerosol Research, 2006 Sep; :127-128
The DMA-APM technique has been applied to realtime structure characterization of airborne carbon nanofibers. The effective densities of the carbon nanofibers decreased with increasing mobility diameter, indicating that they have an increasing overall void with increasing mobility size. The results showed that it is important to characterize the structures of airborne materials used for toxicology studies because structure may affect toxicology and does affect transport rates.
Nanotechnology; Airborne-particles; Aerosols; Aerosol-particles; Particulates; Particulate-dust; Toxicology; Author Keywords: Structure Characterization; Airborne Nanofibers; Nanomaterials; Effective Density
Biswas P; Chen DR; Hering S
Proceedings of the Seventh International Aerosol Conference, September 10-15, 2006, St. Paul, Minnesota
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