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Laser Fragmentation and Melting of Particles

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Laser Fragmentation and Melting of Particles
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Laser Fragmentation and Melting of Particles
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Laser Fragmentation and Melting of Particles
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Laser Fragmentation and Melting of Particles
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Contents
  • On the shoulders of giants -- Preface -- Content -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Abbreviations -- Physical parameters -- 1 Introduction -- 2 State of the art -- 2.1 Zinc oxide -- 2.2 Gold nanoparticles -- 2.3 Different lasers for one application - particle processing -- 2.4 Interaction of light with particles -- 2.5 Fundamentals of laser fragmentation -- 2.5.1 Interaction of laser light with non-metallic particles -- 2.5.2 Interaction of laser light with metallic particles -- 2.6 Fundamentals of pulsed laser melting in liquids -- 3 Materials and methods -- 3.1 Materials and instruments -- 3.2 Experimental design -- 4 Results and discussion -- 4.1 Laser fragmentation -- 4.1.1 Quantification of mass-specific laser energy input converted into particle properties during picosecond pulsed laser fragmentation of zinc oxide and boron carbide in liquids -- 4.1.2 Influence of particle mass on laser fragmentation efficiency and process limitations -- 4.1.3 Laser fragmentation of supported particles: gold on zinc oxide -- 4.1.4 Ligand-free gold atom clusters adsorbed on graphene nano sheets generated by oxidative laser fragmentation in water -- 4.1.5 Laser-induced chemical conversion of particle suspensions -- 4.1.5.1 Fragmentation of copper compounds - laser-induced reduction -- 4.1.5.2 Fragmentation of aluminum particles - laser-induced oxidation -- 4.2 Laser melting -- 4.2.1 Pulsed laser melting in liquids (PLML) for the fabrication of sub-micrometer spheres (SMS) -- 4.2.3 Near-field-enhanced, off-resonant laser sintering of semiconductor particles for additive manufacturing of dispersed Au-ZnO-micro/nano hybrid structures -- 4.3 Key figures for laser irradiation of particles in the passage reactor -- 4.3.1 Exemplary calculations for PLFL of ZnO -- 4.3.2 Optimization of PLFL using key figures -- 5 Summary and conclusion -- 6 Outlook
  • 7 Literature -- 8 Appendix -- 8.1 Supplementary Data -- List of Figures in the Appendix -- 1. Available number of reactive oxidative species -- 2. Redox potential -- 3. TEM images of laser generated gold nanoparticles -- 4. HR-TEM of Au clusters and Au clusters on GNS -- 5. Analytical disc centrifuge (ADC) analysis -- 6. Isoelectric point and size distribution measured by dynamic light scattering -- 8.2 List of authored and co-authored publications -- 8.3 Declaration
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