monodispersity

monodispersity

[¦män·ō·di′spər·səd·ē]
(organic chemistry)
Polymer system that is homogeneous in molecular weight, that is, it does not have a distribution of different molecular-weight chains within the total mass.
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Along with the chemical nature and composition, properties of the nanoparticles have also been found to be a function of their size, structure, shape, phase, and monodispersity [1].
The increase in the amount of surfactant affects both the structure and monodispersity of latex.
Results: Spherical SNPs were produced with characteristic monodispersity at low and neutral pHs; however, in alkaline condition, nanorod structures were formed.
When we talk about fungus nanoparticles the synthesiszed nanoparticles are of good monodispersity.
Monodispersity, another vital consideration in the development process, remains uncompromised even with larger batches.
Also, the monodispersity of the reconstituted ternary complex was confirmed with native gel electrophoresis and gel-filtration.
Further, the monodispersity of the synthesized nanoparticles was verified using scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) analysis.
The TEM image showed that the QD and Au nanoparticles have a spherical morphology and suitable monodispersity (Fig.
An important area of research in nanoscience deals with the synthesis of nanometer-size particles of different morphologies, sizes, and monodispersity [5].
The SLN have high monodispersity, long temporal stability, high loading factors for incorporated molecules and low toxicity (Mehnert and M der 2001).
Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (STEM) can provide valuable and accurate information about size, shape and monodispersity of Gel-AuNPs [43].