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Process Technology for Solution Precipitation of Nanocrystalline Materials

Particle size reduction currently receives rapidly growing attention from all industry sectors since it allows to derive interesting material properties from simple and proven chemical compositions. Wet precipitations are well-known and thus attractive synthetic reactions but classical reactor concepts are often unsuitable for nanoparticle precipitation because of slow reactant mixing. Instead, highly elaborated ways of crystal growth and aggregation control are demanded. Until now, only few precipitation reactions could be transferred from laboratory to production plant, and all of them require considerable engineering efforts.

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