mechanochemistry


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mechanochemistry

[¦mek·ə·nō′kem·ə·strē]
(physical chemistry)
The study of the conversion of mechanical energy into chemical energy in polymers.
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The present state of knowledge and technology of various reprocessing techniques, including melt blending, filler reinforcement, and mechanochemistry, is then shown in detail.
He has been examining how these inputs could be removed through mechanochemistry, which would transform the solution-based process of building zeolitic frameworks into one that relies primarily on solid-state interaction of components during mixing.
Mechanochemistry is a branch of sustainable chemistry which involves a rapid and clean way to transfer the energy needed for the chemical transformation, using friction, via either ball-milling or grinding.
In particular, their mechanochemistry know-how and processing is a proven tool for the preparation of novel materials.
The volume includes discussion of particle characterization and measurement, fundamental properties of particles from optical properties to mechanochemistry, fundamental properties of powder beds from adsorbtion to vibrational and acoustic characteristics, and particle generation and fundamentals
8) In MNT, mechanochemistry will be accomplished by molecular fabricators: essentially tiny, controllable, mechanical tools capable of physically "grabbing" specific molecules and putting them together in useful ways.
Department of Energy Ames Laboratory, located at Iowa State University, has been exploring one possible avenue toward replacing solvents in some applications: mechanochemistry, or the chemical conversion of solids through mechanical processes (usually milling or grinding) rather than by using solvents.
The basis of mechanochemistry is the change in the chemistry of a material when mechanical energy is applied.
Inspired by the concept of mechanochemistry (29 -31), high shear and compressive forces from the rotating kneading disks in SSSP are applied to the polymeric material in the solid state, well below the melting ([T.
Organic mechanochemistry and its practical applications.
The privately held company is engaged in research and development of molecular nanotechnology, developing three key technologies for the field: mechanochemistry, nanopositioning, and system design.