How to obtain supraparticles and advanced materials with nano spray drying
Learn how to achieve fascinating new material combinations with surprising and useful properties by using spray drying. Join Dr. Karl Mandel, Professor for Inorganic Chemistry at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany, in exploring properties, potential and processing of supraparticles. See how you can use nanoparticles as building blocks for more complex entities and unravel their full potential for our macroscopic world.
An overview of supraparticles
How to obtain advanced material by nanoparticle spray-dry-assembly
Important factors to consider during the spray-drying process
Real-life scientific data
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