The NanoHybrids team is presenting their pilot line products at the POWTECH on 9 - 11 April 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany (https://www.powtech.de/).
Visit us at stand 3-408.
Aerogels belong to the lightest solids. Their high nanoporosity, their high adsorption capacity offer unique opportunities to improve thermal insulation products, humodity and gas adsorption, drug delivery etc.
For the first time, aerogel beads have been produced in pilot scale during the project.
To wed your appetite have a look at our online profile:https://www.powtech.de/de/ausstellerprodukte/powtec19/aussteller-44696915/eu-project-nanohybrids
Technische Universitaet Hamburg-harburg
PIC Code : 999838753
Type of Organization : HES - Higher Education and Universities
Participant No. : 3Projects No : 1
The new generation of nanoporous organic and hybrid aerogels for industrial applications: from laboratory to pilot scale production.
Coordinator of project NanoHybrids
Title Non-Conventional Methods for Gelation of Alginate (
This review presents and critically evaluates recent advances in non-conventional gelation method of native alginate. A special focus is given to the following three methods: cryotropic gelation, non-solvent induced phase separation and carbon dioxide induced gelation. A few other gelation approaches are also briefly reviewed. Results are discussed in the context of subsequent freeze and supercritical drying. The methods are selected so as to provide the readers with a range of novel tools and tactics of pore engineering for alginate and other anionic polysaccharides.
Publish date 2018/02/01
AuthorsPavel Gurikov, Irina Smirnova
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