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Nanopartikel - Struktur und Funktion

Nanopartikel - Struktur und Funktion
type: lecture
semester: spring/summer term
place: Seminarraum MVM 30.70 R206

Tue, 08:00 - 9:30

start: 23.04.2019

Jörg Meyer

sws: 2
22936: 22936

Major subject (Master CIW/VT und BIW); oral examination

Learning goals and content

Learning goals:

  • Understanding the relationships between structure and physical properties of nanoparticles
  • Developing strategies for functional optimization of nanoparticular systems based on structure-function relations.

The course does not require any particle technology fundamentals and is therefore suitable for students with different backgrounds. An active cooperation within and outside the lecture is expected. An exercise for this lecture is also offered.



  1. Introduction: Classification of nanoparticle technology in nanotechnology
  2. Surface energy of nanoscale systems as a key parameter
  3. Structure dependence of physical properties
  4. Synthesis of nanoparticles in the aerosol phase
  5. Functionalization of nanoparticles