Ultrasonic synthesis of hydroxyapatite in non-cavitation and cavitation modesстатья Исследовательская статья

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[1] Ultrasonic synthesis of hydroxyapatite in non-cavitation and cavitation modes / A. L. Nikolaev, A. V. Gopin, A. V. Severin et al. // Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. — 2018. — Vol. 44. — P. 390–397. The size control of materials is of great importance in research and technology because materials of different size and shape have different properties and applications. This paper focuses on the synthesis of hydroxyapatite in ultrasound fields of different frequencies and intensities with the aim to find the conditions which allow control of the particles size. The results are evaluated by X-ray diffraction, Transmission Electron Microscopy, morphological and sedimentation analyses. It is shown that the hydroxyapatite particles synthesized at low intensity non-cavitation regime of ultrasound have smaller size than those prepared at high intensity cavitation regime. The explanation of observed results is based on the idea of formation of vortices at the interface between phosphoric acid and calcium hydroxide solution where the nucleation of hydroxyapatite particles is taken place. Smaller vortices formed at high frequency non-cavitation ultrasound regime provide smaller nucleation sites and smaller resulting particles, compared to vortices and particles obtained without ultrasound. Discovered method has a potential of industrial application of ultrasound for the controlled synthesis of nanoparticles. [ DOI ]

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