Advanced nanoparticle generation and excitation by lasers in liquids
Laser ablation and nanoparticle generation in liquids has proven to be a unique and efficient technique to generate, excite, fragment, and conjugate a large variety of scalable and clean nanomolecules.
What controls the composition and the structure of nanomaterials generated by
laser ablation in liquid solution?
A library of nanomaterials is accessible by laser ablation synthesis in liquid solution (LASiS), although the governance of such versatility is challenging.
Synthesis of chemically pure, luminescent Eu3+ doped HAp
nanoparticles: a promising fluorescent probe for in vivo imaging applications
Liquid phase pulsed laser ablation technique for the synthesis of Eu3+ doped hydroxyapatite nanoparticles, a promising fluorescent probe for in vivo imaging applications.
nanoparticle formation by ultra-short laser ablation of metals in liquid environment
Laser ablation in liquids is now commonly used to produce colloidal nanoparticles (NPs) that have found numerous applications in different areas.
Preparation and investigation of the formation mechanism of submicron-sized spherical particles of gold using
laser ablation and laser irradiation in liquids
A dynamic agglomeration-fusion process of gold nanoparticles induced by laser irradiation has been investigated.
laser ablation of a continuously-fed wire in liquid flow for high-yield production of silver nanoparticles
Efficient nanoparticle fabrication by wire ablation in liquid.
Cavitation dynamics of
laser ablation of bulk and wire-shaped metals in water during nanoparticles production
Detailed study of the mechanisms involved during laser ablation in liquids can be useful for improving the NPs production yield.
silver nanoparticle formation and agglomeration inside the cavitation bubble after pulsed laser ablation in liquid
The formation of nanoparticles within the laser-induced cavitation bubble is studied in situ using small angle X-ray scattering with high spatiotemporal resolution.
Laser synthesis of
ligand-free bimetallic nanoparticles for plasmonic applications
The ligand-free bimetallic NPs, produced by in situ laser shielding based approach, display outstanding properties which boost biomolecules detection sensitivity.
Generation of Ag–Ag2O complex
nanostructures by excimer laser ablation of Ag in water
Ag–Ag2O complex nanostructures have been fabricated by pulsed laser ablation of bulk Ag in water and drop evaporation of the colloidal solution on Si substrates.
Size control of laser-fabricated
surfactant-free gold nanoparticles with highly diluted electrolytes and their subsequent bioconjugation
Size control of laser-fabricated gold nanoparticles with low salinity electrolytes in a flow-through reactor is caused by specific ion adsorption.
gold nanoparticles made by pulsed laser ablation in liquids with silica shells by simultaneous chemical synthesis
Pulsed laser ablation in liquids was used to grow silica shells directly on pure gold nanoparticles without additional coupling agents.
Hydrogen storage property of laser induced Pd-
nanoparticle decorated multi-walled carbon nanotubes
Hybrid nanomaterials consisting of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) decorated with palladium nanoparticles are fabricated by the nanosecond laser irradiation of solid foil Pd target submerged in the suspension of MWCNTs in deionized water.
About this collection
In the last decade, laser ablation and nanoparticle generation in liquids has proven to be a unique and efficient technique to generate, excite, fragment, and conjugate a large variety of nanostructures in a scalable and clean manner. This collection of papers from the Laser Ablation and Nanoparticle Generation in Liquids (ANGEL 2012) Conference investigates this technique further, and addresses future assignments such as size control and scale-up.