project . 2007 - 2011 . Closed

Characterisation of the Properties and Dynamics of Single Microparticles

UK Research and Innovation
  • Funder: UK Research and InnovationProject code: EP/F002122/1
  • Funded under: EPSRC Funder Contribution: 419,527 GBP
  • Status: Closed
  • Start Date
    30 Sep 2007
    End Date
    30 Mar 2011
Description
Aerosols are important in a wide range of scientific disciplines, from the delivery of drugs to the lungs, to their impact on the earth's climate and their role in climate change, through to their application in the delivery of fuels for combustion, and their processing in plasmas to prepare functionalised materials. Defined as a dispersion of solid or liquid particles within the gas phase, aerosol properties are governed by the chemical composition and size of the individual particles. It is also widely recognised that the chemical composition of the surface of a particle can play a critical role in governing the properties of the aerosol. This is primarily bec...
Description
Aerosols are important in a wide range of scientific disciplines, from the delivery of drugs to the lungs, to their impact on the earth's climate and their role in climate change, through to their application in the delivery of fuels for combustion, and their processing in plasmas to prepare functionalised materials. Defined as a dispersion of solid or liquid particles within the gas phase, aerosol properties are governed by the chemical composition and size of the individual particles. It is also widely recognised that the chemical composition of the surface of a particle can play a critical role in governing the properties of the aerosol. This is primarily bec...
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