Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/14837
Title: Determination of optimal modes for measuring the size of colloidal particles by photon-correlation spectroscopy and acoustic spectroscopy
Authors: Yasnaya, M. A.
Ясная, М. А.
Blinov, A. V.
Блинов, А. В.
Blinova, A. A.
Блинова, А. А.
Shevchenko, I. M.
Шевченко, И. М.
Maglakelidze, D. G.
Маглакелидзе, Д. Г.
Senkova, A. O.
Сенкова, А. О.
Keywords: Photon correlation spectroscopy of dynamic light scattering;Colloidal particles;Acoustic spectroscopy
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: TVER STATE UNIV
Citation: Yasnaya, MA; Blinov, AV; Blinova, AA; Shevchenko, IM; Maglakelidze, DG; Senkova, AO. Determination of optimal modes for measuring the size of colloidal particles by photon-correlation spectroscopy and acoustic spectroscopy // PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF THE STUDY OF CLUSTERS NANOSTRUCTURES AND NANOMATERIALS. - 2020. - Выпуск: 12. - Стр.: 232-242
Series/Report no.: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF THE STUDY OF CLUSTERS NANOSTRUCTURES AND NANOMATERIALS
Abstract: This paper presents the results of measuring the size of colloidal SiO2 particles by two methods - photon-correlation spectroscopy of dynamic light scattering and acoustic spectroscopy. Mathematical processing of experimental data using the software of the Photocor-Complex and DT-1202 spectrometers made it possible to obtain of the size distribution histograms for silicon dioxide colloidal particles in a standard sample. For the first time it has been established that the optimal parameters for measuring the size of colloidal SiO2 particles by the photon-correlation spectroscopy are the substance concentration less than 1 %, the photodetector position angle of 90 degrees and the number of measurements in a cycle of 100 -150, and for the acoustic spectroscopy - 1% substance concentration
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/14837
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