Dispersion Stability, Microstructure and Phase Transition of Anisotropic Nanodiscs

Dispersion Stability, Microstructure and Phase Transition of Anisotropic Nanodiscs

2014-06-04 | ISBN: 3319045547, 3319381954 | PDF | 154 Pages | 8.49 MB

This thesis explores the dispersion stability, microstructure and phase transitions involved in the nanoclay system.It describes the recently discovered formation of colloidal gels via two routes: the first is through phase separation and second is by equilibrium gelation and includes the first reported experimental observation of a system with high aspect ratio nanodiscs. The phase behavior of anisotropic nanodiscs of different aspect ratio in their individual and mixed states in aqueous and hydrophobic mediais investigated. Distinct phase separation, equilibrium fluid and equilibrium gel phasesare observed in nanoclay dispersions with extensive aging.The work thenexplores solution behavior, gelation kinetics, aging dynamics and temperature-induced ordering in the individual and mixed states of these discotic colloids. Anisotropic ordering dynamics induced by a water-air interface, waiting time and temperature in these dispersions were studied in great detail along with aggregation behavior of nanoplatelets in hydrophobic environment of alcohol solutions.



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