Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation

Dreyer A, Eckstädt K, Koop T, Jutzi P, Hütten A (2016)
RSC ADVANCES 6(78): 74061-74066.

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Particle formation can occur by way of a classical or non-classical nucleation pathway. We show that during the bottom-up synthesis of cobalt particles the degree of particle surface stabilization determines the formation pathway. Without additives, young cobalt particles are liquid because of the size-dependent melting point depression, and crystallization starts only after growth by coalescence, in accord to a non-classical pathway. Addition of surfactants during synthesis leads to particle surface stabilization and, thus, an elevated melting point such that a crystalline nucleus is formed in a classical pathway.
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Dreyer A, Eckstädt K, Koop T, Jutzi P, Hütten A. Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation. RSC ADVANCES. 2016;6(78):74061-74066.
Dreyer, A., Eckstädt, K., Koop, T., Jutzi, P., & Hütten, A. (2016). Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation. RSC ADVANCES, 6(78), 74061-74066.
Dreyer, A., Eckstädt, K., Koop, T., Jutzi, P., and Hütten, A. (2016). Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation. RSC ADVANCES 6, 74061-74066.
Dreyer, A., et al., 2016. Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation. RSC ADVANCES, 6(78), p 74061-74066.
A. Dreyer, et al., “Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation”, RSC ADVANCES, vol. 6, 2016, pp. 74061-74066.
Dreyer, A., Eckstädt, K., Koop, T., Jutzi, P., Hütten, A.: Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation. RSC ADVANCES. 6, 74061-74066 (2016).
Dreyer, A., Eckstädt, Katrin, Koop, Thomas, Jutzi, Peter, and Hütten, Andreas. “Surface stabilization determines a classical versus non-classical nucleation pathway during particle formation”. RSC ADVANCES 6.78 (2016): 74061-74066.
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