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Sizes of stabilized (24 h) nanoparticle suspensions were determined using several state-of-the-art analytical techniques (transmission electron microscopy; atomic force microscopy; dynamic light scattering; fluorescence correlation spectroscopy; nanoparticle tracking analysis; flow field flow fractionation). Theoretical and analytical considerations were evaluated, results were compared, and the advantages and limitations of the techniques were discussed. No "ideal" technique was found for characterizing manufactured nanoparticles in an environmental context as each technique had its own advantages and limitations,
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Understanding the environmental behaviour and biological impacts of manufactured nanoparticles in natural aquatic systems
Lead, J., Kendall, K. & Preece, J.
1/04/06 → 30/11/10
Project: Research Councils