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    glasses were fused silica Pyrex (a borosilicate glass) soda-lime and B 2 O 3. The projectiles were 0.8 to 2 mm diameter spheres of steel glass sapphire and tungsten carbide and their velocities were up to 340 m.s-1. In fused silica and Pyrex spherical projectiles impact

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  • Microfluidic Control Using Colloidal Devices Science

    To aid visualization of flow and provide a means of estimating flow rate we added tracer particles consisting of 1.5-μm silica spheres to the aqueous solution (Movie S1). The measured tracer particle velocities were determined as a function of the gear rotation rate both in the forward and reverse directions and indicate a maximum flow rate

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  • Synthesis of Monodisperse Rodlike Silica Colloids with

    Although the experimental study of spherical colloids has been extensive similar studies on rodlike particles are rare because suitable model systems are scarcely available. To fulfill this need we present the synthesis of monodisperse rodlike silica colloids with tunable dimensions. Rods were produced with diameters of 200 nm and greater and lengths up to 10 μm resulting in aspect ratios

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  • Preparation of hollow mesoporous silica spheres by a sol

    Jan 01 2010 · 1. Introduction. Hollow silica spheres with mesoporous structures have attracted much attention due to their potential applications in drug storage and release confined-space catalysis separation etc. position of silica layer on latex or colloid templates and subsequent removal of the hard templates by calcination or corrosion has been known to be a general approach for

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  • Collisions between ice-covered silica grains An atomistic

    Jul 24 2020 · We use molecular dynamics simulation to study collisions of silica grains covered by an ice mantle. Such heterogeneous particles may belong to debris

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  • Physical and hydraulic properties of modern sinter

    ed amorphous form of silica. Micro-spheres of opal-A progressively change to nanospheres of opal-A/CT lose water and crystallize to para-crystalline opal-CT opal-C and eventually to quartz (e.g. Chaika seismic velocities (V P and V S) and formation resistivity factor (F R) of the sinter samples. The propagation velocities of P-waves in

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  • Electrophoretic sedimentation

    The results of the sedimentation velocities for silica spheres of 500 nm of diameter are graphically compared with the theoretical Stokes fall of a sample without electric field in the left panel of Figure 2. It can be clearly seen that as we move away from the PZC the mobility increases and so does uE.

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  • Nonlinear electrophoresis of dielectric and metal spheres

    Oct 20 2010 · The electrophoretic velocities linear and quadratic in E generally have different directions which relates to figure 2b in the main paper shows the motion of silica spheres (5μm diameter

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  • Physical and hydraulic properties of modern sinter

    ed amorphous form of silica. Micro-spheres of opal-A progressively change to nanospheres of opal-A/CT lose water and crystallize to para-crystalline opal-CT opal-C and eventually to quartz (e.g. Chaika seismic velocities (V P and V S) and formation resistivity factor (F R) of the sinter samples. The propagation velocities of P-waves in

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  • (PDF) Stimulated light scattering in synthetic opal filled

    We have studied characteristics of stimulated light scattering in synthetic opal crystals made up of silica spheres. This type of light scattering results from interaction between pulsed laser

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  • Physical and hydraulic properties of modern sinter

    ed amorphous form of silica. Micro-spheres of opal-A progressively change to nanospheres of opal-A/CT lose water and crystallize to para-crystalline opal-CT opal-C and eventually to quartz (e.g. Chaika seismic velocities (V P and V S) and formation resistivity factor (F R) of the sinter samples. The propagation velocities of P-waves in

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  • Analogous Experiments on the Stickiness of Micron-sized

    The grain growth process is determined by the velocity-dependent sticking efficiency upon collisions. Therefore we performed experiments with eight samples of micron-sized particles consisting of monodisperse silica spheres of irregularly shaped diamond enstatite and silicon carbide grains and of silicon carbide whiskers.

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  • The Comparison of Fluid Dynamics Parameters in an Andersen

    Apr 24 2014 · The ACI comprising eight impaction stages preseparator and filter stage were used as a validating tool. Monodisperse silica spheres of size 4 5 7 and 10 μm (Phenomenex UK) were used as a calibrant. The spheres (about 20 mg) were loaded into the in-house plastic device and run into the complete ACI set at flow rate of 60 L/min.

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  • Aeolian microtextures in silica spheres induced in a wind

    The microspheres were microscopically imaged prior to transport in a wind tunnel subjected at velocities ranging from 4 to 13 m/s in sequential runs of 10 min. The range in velocity is capable of lifting grains into the air column or saltating quartz grains and silica/glass spheres to produce mechanical impact i.e. abrasion commonly

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  • Microorganisms Free Full-Text Asymmetrical Flow Field

    Asymmetrical flow field-flow fractionation (AF4) separates sample components based on their sizes in the absence of a stationary phase. It is well suited for high molecular weight samples such as virus-sized particles. The AF4 experiment can potentially separate molecules within a broad size range ( 103−109 Da particle diameter from 2 nm to 0.5 minus1 mum).

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  • COHESION OF AMORPHOUS SILICA SPHERES TOWARD A

    velocities of 1–100ms−1. In their pioneering work Poppe et al. (2000) presented collision experiments in which amorphous silica spheres (Monospher ® Merck) of radius a = 0.6μm stuck to an amorphous silica target unless the collision velocity exceeded 1.1–1.3ms−1. However this threshold velocity is one order of magnitude higher than the

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  • Mesoporous Silica and their Applications Sigma-Aldrich

    Background. Since their discovery in the late 1970s mesoporous silica have attracted quite a bit of attention. This is mainly due to their unique properties such as ordered pore structures very high specific surface areas and their possible synthesis in a wide range of morphologies such as spheres

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  • Aeolian microtextures in silica spheres induced in a wind

    using glass spheres (>70 SiO 2) as a proxy for quartz with the objective of determining the extent of me-chanical damage to silica/glass transported in a mixture with quartz beach sand. The microspheres were mi-croscopically imaged prior to transport in a wind tunnel subjected at velocities ranging from 4 to 13 m/s in sequential runs of 10 min.

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  • Evaluation of heat transfer models at various fluidization

    The particle density of the silica sand is 2600 kg/m 3. The bulk density of the bed material employed was measured to be 1576.3 kg/m 3. A total mass of 257 g of fresh silica sand was used for each test corresponding to a static bed height of 9.4 cm i.e. twice the reactor inner diameter.

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  • Hypersonic properties of monodisperse spherical mesoporous

    monodisperse mesoporous silica spheres filled with nickel and deposited in the form of opal-like films on silica substrates. The picosecond pump-probe optical transmission signal shows harmonic oscillations corresponding to the lower energy radial Lamb mode in the vibrational spectrum of the spheres.

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  • Hypersonic properties of monodisperse spherical mesoporous

    monodisperse mesoporous silica spheres filled with nickel and deposited in the form of opal-like films on silica substrates. The picosecond pump-probe optical transmission signal shows harmonic oscillations corresponding to the lower energy radial Lamb mode in the vibrational spectrum of the spheres.

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  • COHESION OF AMORPHOUS SILICA SPHERES TOWARD A

    velocities of 1–100ms−1. In their pioneering work Poppe et al. (2000) presented collision experiments in which amorphous silica spheres (Monospher ® Merck) of radius a = 0.6μm stuck to an amorphous silica target unless the collision velocity exceeded 1.1–1.3ms−1. However this threshold velocity is one order of magnitude higher than the

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  • The Impact of Stern‐Layer Conductivity on the

    of PS spheres (silica spheres) are 0.59 nS (0 nS) and -72.3 mV (-43.8 mV) respectively. The true particle zeta potential of the PS spheres becomes larger when both Stern-layer and diffusive layer conductivities are included. This is because Stern-layer conductivity imposes a

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  • A Method for the Fabrication of Monodisperse Hollow Silica

    Bei-Huw Shen Meng-Ling Hsieh Hsin-Yueh Chen and Jeng-Yue Wu The preparation of hollow silica spheres with mesoporous shell via polystyrene emulsion latex template and the investigation of ascorbic acid release behavior Journal of Polymer Research 10.1007/s 20 8 (2013).

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  • Energy dissipation in head-on collisions of spheres

    In consequence colliding silica nanoparticles will stick rather than bounce over a wide range of collision velocities. Often however silica surfaces are passivated by adsorbates in particular

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  • Electrophoretic SedimentationPhotonic Crystals Group ICMM

    The results of the sedimentation velocities for silica spheres of 500 nm of diameter are graphically compared with the theoretical Stokes fall of a sample without electric field in the left panel of Figure 2. It can be clearly seen that as we move away from the PZC the mobility increases and so does uE.

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  • COHESION OF AMORPHOUS SILICA SPHERES TOWARD A

    submicrometer-sized silicate grains as well as agglomerates of them at relative velocities of 1 100 ms 1. In their pioneering work Poppe et al. (2000) presented collision experiments in which amorphous silica spheres (Monospher R Merck) of radius a= 0 6 m stuck to an amorphous silica target unless the collision velocity exceeded 1.1 1 3 m s 1

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  • Calculating Settling Time and Velocity of Microspheres in

    Soda Lime Glass Microspheres and Spheres. Soda Lime Glass Microspheres and Spheres (Uncoated) Silica Microspheres (SiO2) Silica Microspheres (Uncoated) Silica Microspheres (Coated) Stokes s law is a mathematical equation that calculates the settling velocities of small spherical particles in a

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  • Anomalous vibrational dispersion in holographically

    Here again confining the spheres to one or two dimensions with externally imposed potentials induces anomalous dispersion for waves polarized along the confined directions . In this case however negative group velocities result from the interplay of confining potentials and

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  • Hypersonic properties of monodispersemesoporous silica

    mesoporous silica spheres. The synthesis and study of mesoporous silica materials with unique and advantageous properties such as highly ordered porous structure large surface area and pore volume narrow pore size distribution and tunable size and Sound velocities Bulk B (GPa) Shear

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  • Measurement of the average velocity of sedimentation in a

    Measurement of the average velocity of sedimentation in a dilute polydisperse suspension of spheresVolume 221D. Bruneau R. Anthore F. Feuillebois X. Auvray C. Petipas

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  • Plate heights below 50 nm for protein

    Dec 15 2010 · Silica colloidal crystals formed from 330 nm nonporous silica spheres inside of 75-μm i.d. fused silica capillaries were evaluated for the efficiency of capillary electrochromatography of proteins. Three proteins ribonuclease A cytochrome C and lysozyme each covalently labeled with fluorophor were well separated over a distance of 1 cm by

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  • Slip flow in colloidal crystals for ultraefficient

    Jul 04 2012 · Slip flow occurs in colloidal crystals made of 470 nm silica spheres that are chemically modified with hydrocarbon giving enhanced volume flow rates and a narrower distribution of fluid velocities. Bovine serum albumin separates by pressure-driven flow with a zone that is 15-fold narrower than the theoretical limit for Hagen-Poiseuille flow.

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  • Calculating Settling Time and Velocity of Microspheres in

    Soda Lime Glass Microspheres and Spheres. Soda Lime Glass Microspheres and Spheres (Uncoated) Silica Microspheres (SiO2) Silica Microspheres (Uncoated) Silica Microspheres (Coated) Stokes s law is a mathematical equation that calculates the settling velocities of small spherical particles in a

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  • The minimum transport velocity of colloidal silica

    A 26mm N.B. horizontal pipe loop has been used to study the transport velocity of aqueous dispersions of colloidal silica. At low electrolyte concentrations the silica spheres form a stable

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  • Long-time self-diffusion of spherical colloidal particles

    Long-time self-diffusion coefficients in concentrated colloidal dispersions of silica spheres with various interaction potentials were measured with the fluorescence recovery after photobleaching technique. Charge stabilized spheres were measured in solutions of

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