Fiber Optic Sensor Application for Nanoparticle Size Measurement in Chemical Reactors

Authors A.N. Andreev1 , A.G. Lazarenko1 , A.V. Kanaev2
Affiliations

1 National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute”, 21, Frunze Str., 61002 Kharkiv, Ukraine

2 Laboratory Research of Materials and Technologies of the National Center for Scientific Researches University Paris - 13, av. Klemana-99, 93430 Villetanez, France

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Issue Volume 4, Year 2012, Number 2
Dates Reseived 23 February 2011; revised manuscript received 20 May 2012; published online 04 June 2012
Citation A.N. Andreev, A.G. Lazarenko, A.V. Kanaev, J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 4 No 2, 02033 (2012)
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PACS Number(s) 2.25.Dd, 78.67.Bf
Keywords Correlation spectroscopy, Dynamic light scattering (2) , Nanoparticles (70) , Chemical reactor, Fiber-optic sensor, Capillary light guide.
Annotation Different kinds of fiber optic sensors (FOS) for nanoparticle size measurements during their growth in chemical reactors are discussed. It was shown that in reactor without mixing a single-mode FOS can be applied for real-time size measurements, and in the presence of turbulence (in reactor with active mixing) capillary FOS should be preferred.

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