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Functional nano-materials are both a modern buzzword and an increasingly complex cosmos of sophisticated structural features on the molecular, nanoand micro-scales which are required to obtain precisely defined physical and chemical properties (“functionalities”). Particles are the building blocks common to many of these materials, and aerosol based processes can play a key role in tailoring the complex structures required to achieve the desired functionalities. Far less obvious, aerosol technology also provides a rich tool box of methods to explore the complex relationships between particle structure and function, without which these novel materials could not be designed. On-line, in-process methods are especially attractive, because they offer kinetic insights into the structuring processes under realistic conditions, thereby complementing the classical techniques for materials characterization on the nanoscale. This talk describes a range of options for structuring and characterizing such materials, first by continuous CVS and CVD processing at atmospheric pressure to obtain highly defined catalyst materials. The second part describes a novel aerosol based surface coating technique combining electrostatics and photochemistry to obtain polymer coated or polymer embedded nanomaterials. Hand in hand with processing, various methods for characterizing the resulting structural and surface features will be included.
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Gerhard Kasper has been a professor of chemical engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology since 1996. Previously, he held various positions with Air Liquide Corp. in the United States, including Director of the Chicago Research Center from 1985 to 1992. Between 1988 and 2012 he was one of the editors of the Journal of Aerosol Science.
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