2020
DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.0c01651
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Abstract: Introducing fluorocarbon vapor in the air above an aqueous dispersion of clusters of nanodiamonds induces their disaggregation, a prerequisite for most of their biomedical uses. Furthermore, the fluorocarbon gas promotes the adsorption of nanodiamonds at the gas/water interface. As an example of the benefits that can be gained from our findings relative to the implementation of nanomaterials for practical uses, we investigated the role that a fluorocarbon gas may play in the generation of microbubbles, which a… Show more

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