Balaz, Peter and Achimovičová, M and Baláž, Matej and Billik, Peter and Cherkezova-Zheleva, Zara and Criado, José Manuel and Delogu, Francesco and Dutková, Erika and Gaffet, Eric and José Gotor, Francisco and Kumar, Rakesh and Mitov, Ivan and Rojac, Tadej and Senna, Mamoru and Streletskii, Andrey and Wieczorek-Ciurowa, Krystyna (2013) Hallmarks of mechanochemistry: from nanoparticles to technology. Chemical Society Reviews, First published on the web 04 Apr 2013 (IF-28.76). pp. 1-67.
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The aim of this review article on recent developments of mechanochemistry (nowadays established as a part of chemistry) is to provide a comprehensive overview of advances achieved in the field of atomistic processes, phase transformations, simple and multicomponent nanosystems and peculiarities of mechanochemical reactions. Industrial aspects with successful penetration into fields like materials engineering, heterogeneous catalysis and extractive metallurgy are also reviewed. The hallmarks of mechanochemistry include influencing reactivity of solids by the presence of solid-state defects, interphases and relaxation phenomena, enabling processes to take place under non-equilibrium conditions, creating a well-crystallized core of nanoparticles with disordered near-surface shell regions and performing simple dry time-convenient one-step syntheses. Underlying these hallmarks are technological consequences like preparing new nanomaterials with the desired properties or producing these materials in a reproducible way with high yield and under simple and easy operating conditions. The last but not least hallmark is enabling work under environmentally friendly and essentially waste-free conditions (822 references).
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||mechanochemistry; nanoparticles|
|Divisions:||Metal Extraction and Forming|
|Deposited By:||Dr. A K Sahu|
|Deposited On:||06 Apr 2013 15:22|
|Last Modified:||26 Aug 2013 12:05|
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