Dataset

Advanced Nanoscale Materials Engineered From Diatomaceous Earth Dataset

University of South Australia
Prof Dusan Losic (Principal investigator) Prof Jonas Addai-Mensah (Principal investigator)
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John.Denman@unisa.edu.au

Brief description

High mass resolution spectra were collected from the top surface of a porous alumina nanotube structure to determine the characteristic peak fragments of a loaded nanocarrier. The presence of high mass fragments were associated with the micelle structure. Imaging analysis of the sample in cross-section then allowed an investigation into the depth of penetration of the micelles into the porous substrate.
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The following instruments/equipment were used to generate or capture the data:
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Time-Of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry

Data time period: 2009 to 06 2012

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