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Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser

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Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser. / Abdolvand, A.; Khan, S.Z.; Yuan, Y.; Crouse, P.L.; Schmidt, M.J.J.; Li, Lin; Liu, Zhu; Sharp, M.

In: Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, Vol. 91, No. 3, 2008, p. 365-368.

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Abdolvand, A, Khan, SZ, Yuan, Y, Crouse, PL, Schmidt, MJJ, Li, L, Liu, Z & Sharp, M 2008, 'Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser' Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, vol 91, no. 3, pp. 365-368., 10.1007/s00339-008-4448-8

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Abdolvand, A., Khan, S. Z., Yuan, Y., Crouse, P. L., Schmidt, M. J. J., Li, L., ... Sharp, M. (2008). Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, 91(3), 365-368. 10.1007/s00339-008-4448-8

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Abdolvand A, Khan SZ, Yuan Y, Crouse PL, Schmidt MJJ, Li L et al. Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing. 2008;91(3):365-368. Available from: 10.1007/s00339-008-4448-8

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Abdolvand, A.; Khan, S.Z.; Yuan, Y.; Crouse, P.L.; Schmidt, M.J.J.; Li, Lin; Liu, Zhu; Sharp, M. / Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser.

In: Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, Vol. 91, No. 3, 2008, p. 365-368.

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title = "Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser",
author = "A. Abdolvand and S.Z. Khan and Y. Yuan and P.L. Crouse and M.J.J. Schmidt and Lin Li and Zhu Liu and M. Sharp",
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volume = "91",
number = "3",
pages = "365--368",
journal = "Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing",
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T1 - Generation of titanium-oxide nanoparticles in liquid using a high-power, high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser

A1 - Abdolvand,A.

A1 - Khan,S.Z.

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A1 - Schmidt,M.J.J.

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AU - Abdolvand,A.

AU - Khan,S.Z.

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AU - Crouse,P.L.

AU - Schmidt,M.J.J.

AU - Li,Lin

AU - Liu,Zhu

AU - Sharp,M.

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N2 - Previous studies on laser-assisted nanomaterial formation in liquids have focused on using pulsed laser ablation of metals. We report, for the first time to our knowledge, the fabrication of nanoparticles via high-power high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser ablation of titanium in liquids. Analysis revealed the generation of spherical nanoparticles of titanium-oxide ranging mainly between 5 nm and 60 nm in diameter. A mechanism of formation for crystallized nanoparticles, based on the self-organized pulsations of the evaporated metal, is proposed. This may account for the observed substantial efficiency gain owing to the high average power and brightness of the source.

AB - Previous studies on laser-assisted nanomaterial formation in liquids have focused on using pulsed laser ablation of metals. We report, for the first time to our knowledge, the fabrication of nanoparticles via high-power high-brightness continuous-wave fiber laser ablation of titanium in liquids. Analysis revealed the generation of spherical nanoparticles of titanium-oxide ranging mainly between 5 nm and 60 nm in diameter. A mechanism of formation for crystallized nanoparticles, based on the self-organized pulsations of the evaporated metal, is proposed. This may account for the observed substantial efficiency gain owing to the high average power and brightness of the source.

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