Igor Agranovski's Aerosols: Science and Technology PDF

By Igor Agranovski

ISBN-10: 352732660X

ISBN-13: 9783527326600

This self-contained instruction manual and prepared reference examines aerosol technological know-how and know-how extensive, delivering a close perception into this innovative box. As such, it covers basic innovations, experimental tools, and a large choice of functions, starting from aerosol filtration to organic aerosols, and from the synthesis of carbon nanotubes to aerosol reactors.Written by means of a bunch of across the world well known specialists within the box, this is often a necessary source for chemists and engineers within the chemical and fabrics disciplines throughout a number of industries, in addition to excellent supplementary examining in graduate point classes.

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The paper by Berry and Persival [62] gave the starting push to the studies of the optics of FAs. The computational analysis of the Rayleigh–Debye–Gans theory performed by Farias et al. [63] (see also references therein) showed its applicability for soot FAs. The authors concluded that this theory should replace other approximations for the description of soot optical properties, such as Rayleigh scattering and Mie scattering for an equivalent sphere. Lushnikov and Maximenko [64] investigated the localization effects in FAs and found that FAs with D < 3/2 consisting of weakly absorbing materials may nevertheless be ‘‘black’’ due to the capture of the incident light quanta by voids inside the FAs.

This aerogel framework may form after a linear lightning strike, which is able to produce fractal aggregates by ablation or directly from carbon-containing molecules in the air. Although the dynamics of this process is not yet fully understood, the aerogel model was shown to be a useful perspective for explanation of many properties of ball lightning. A huge literature is devoted to computer modeling of FA formation. It is summarized in the review article by Meakin [45]. The mass spectrum of a growing FA meets the set of kinetic equations describing FA condensational growth.

In this section the main concepts characterizing FA are introduced. 1) Mass of FA. Any FA is characterized by its total mass M, which can also be measured in units of a spherule mass or, better, by the number g of spherules comprising the FA. 2) Size of FA. 40) i=j where r i is the position of the ith spherule. 1 Fractal Dimension Not every irregular aggregate is a fractal. The main point of the definition of an FA is the self-similarity at every scale, which eventually leads to rather odd ramified structures of FAs whose local mass distribution cannot be so easily measured.

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