Dynamics of the Formation of Globular Silica Particles according to Dynamic Light Scattering
For the first time, the dynamics of the origination and growth of monodispersion spherical silica particles is studied by dynamic light scattering in the real-time mode. Experimental changes in the particle size and intensity of scattering during their formation and growth indicate the hierarchical formation of silica globules under various mechanisms of aggregation of particles.
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