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Videos on Carbon Particle Formation Prepared via Spray Pyrolysis

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posted on 22.09.2022, 06:10 authored by Kiet Le Anh Cao, Ferry Iskandar, Eishi Tanabe, Takashi Ogi

 These videos demonstrate the nanostructured carbon particle formation mechanism prepared through ultrasonic spray pyrolysis based on the self-assembly behavior of phenolic resin and polystyrene latex (PSL). By adjusting the attractive or repulsive forces between the phenolic resin and PSL particles, the morphology of the prepared carbon particles can be precisely controlled. Strong electrostatic attraction between the highly positively charged PSL and phenolic resin resulted in hollow carbon particles, while the electrostatic repulsion occurred in the presence of negatively charged PSL formed porous carbon particles. Depending on the requirements of different applications, using our strategy will in turn guide the synthesis of nanostructured carbon particles with desirable architectures and compositions. 


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Advanced control of pore space of hierarchical macroporous fine particles and evaluation of heat transfer characteristics at interface

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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JSPS Core-to-Core Program: International Network on Polyoxometalate Science for Advanced Functional Energy Materials

Hosokawa Powder Technology Foundation: Controllable Synthesis of Spherical Carbon Particles with High Specific Surface Area Derived from Kraft Lignin through Spray Drying Method

Information Center of Particle Technology, Japan: Synthesis of submicron spherical particles for densely packed powder laminates

International Network on Polyoxometalate Science at Hiroshima University

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ogit@hiroshima-u.ac.jp

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