Identification and physiochemical characterisation of nanomaterials is critical in order to understand how these particles interact with humans and other living systems. It is also necessary for material science to characterise correlations between nanomaterial properties and improved features.
To be able to characterise the many characteris:
Real time measurement
Analytical instruments that help characterize nanomaterials
To identify the potential environmental pollution and health hazards of airborne nanoparticles, it is necessary to determine their physical and chemical properties and characteristics. An overview of the sampling and characterization techniques at VITO associated with the measurement of ultrafine and nano-airborne particle properties is shown.