The Radiational Chemical Reduction of Silver Ions in Water Suspensions of Poly(vinyltriazole): The Kinetic Peculiarities of the Formation of Nanoparticles

Zharikov A.A., Zezin A.A., Zezina E.A., Emel’yanov A.I., Prozorova G.F.
Тип документаJournal Article
Дата публикации2020-03-01
Название журналаMoscow University Chemistry Bulletin
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  • General Chemistry
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Abstract The radiational chemical production of silver nanoparticles offers promising prospects for the synthesis of the antibacterial materials in the matrix of the nontoxic poly(vinyltriazole). Use of the optical spectroscopy for the electronic transmission microscopy shows that nanoparticles of the average size of 4 nm are formed in the radiated suspensions of poly(1-vinyl-1,2,4-triazole). The analysis of the data of the optical spectroscopy reveals that nanoparticles are formed in several stages. At the first stage, the formation of clusters is prevalent and the second stage provides the assembly of nanoparticles through the reduction of silver ions on the surface of the clusters.
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1. Zharikov A.A. и др. The Radiational Chemical Reduction of Silver Ions in Water Suspensions of Poly(vinyltriazole): The Kinetic Peculiarities of the Formation of Nanoparticles // Moscow University Chemistry Bulletin. 2020. Т. 75. № 2. С. 87–91.
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TY - JOUR

DO - 10.3103/s0027131420020170

UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.3103/S0027131420020170

TI - The Radiational Chemical Reduction of Silver Ions in Water Suspensions of Poly(vinyltriazole): The Kinetic Peculiarities of the Formation of Nanoparticles

T2 - Moscow University Chemistry Bulletin

AU - Zharikov, A. A.

AU - Zezin, A. A.

AU - Zezina, E. A.

AU - Emel’yanov, A. I.

AU - Prozorova, G. F.

PY - 2020

DA - 2020/03

PB - Allerton Press

SP - 87-91

IS - 2

VL - 75

SN - 0027-1314

SN - 1935-0260

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@article{2020,

doi = {10.3103/s0027131420020170},

url = {https://doi.org/10.3103%2Fs0027131420020170},

year = 2020,

month = {mar},

publisher = {Allerton Press},

volume = {75},

number = {2},

pages = {87--91},

author = {A. A. Zharikov and A. A. Zezin and E. A. Zezina and A. I. Emel'yanov and G. F. Prozorova},

title = {The Radiational Chemical Reduction of Silver Ions in Water Suspensions of Poly(vinyltriazole): The Kinetic Peculiarities of the Formation of Nanoparticles}

}

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Zharikov, A. A. et al. “The Radiational Chemical Reduction of Silver Ions in Water Suspensions of Poly(vinyltriazole): The Kinetic Peculiarities of the Formation of Nanoparticles.” Moscow University Chemistry Bulletin 75.2 (2020): 87–91. Crossref. Web.