Poster 137: Susanna Tang – High-Temperature Kinetics of Single Graphite and Graphene Nanoparticles Using Nanoparticle Mass Spectrometry (NPMS)

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Faculty mentor: Scott Anderson

With the Nanoparticle Mass Spectrometry (NPMS) method, individual nanoparticles (NPs) can be trapped and we can determine single nanoparticle’s mass, charge, and thermal emission spectra with precision. We can monitor mass vs. time at various temperatures and conditions, and determine sublimation, oxidation, and growth rates of graphite and graphene NPs. This allows for understanding of NP reaction kinetics and how NP surfaces change.

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