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Issue 8, 2018
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What happens to the silver ions? – Silver thiocyanate nanoparticle formation in an artificial digestion

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Abstract

An artificial digestion of silver nitrate is reported. It is shown that AgSCN nanoparticles emerge from ionic silver in saliva and remain present during the entire digestion process. The particles were characterized by infrared spectroscopy and small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS/WAXS) regarding their composition and size distribution.

Graphical abstract: What happens to the silver ions? – Silver thiocyanate nanoparticle formation in an artificial digestion

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Submitted
27 Nov 2017
Accepted
22 Jan 2018
First published
23 Jan 2018

This article is Open Access

Nanoscale, 2018,10, 3650-3653
Article type
Communication

What happens to the silver ions? – Silver thiocyanate nanoparticle formation in an artificial digestion

C. Kästner, A. Lampen and A. F. Thünemann, Nanoscale, 2018, 10, 3650
DOI: 10.1039/C7NR08851E

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