Rapid nanoparticle nucleation by dimethylamine injection in an argon plasma

Abstract : While only present as a trace in the atmosphere, dimethylamine (DMA) is considered to play an important role in the aerosol formation by stabilizing sulfuric acid-water clusters1). In these preliminary tests, the ability of DMA to produce nanoparticles is studied in low-pressure plasma conditions. It appears that immediately after DMA injection in an argon plasma, a huge density of nanoparticles is produced.
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Maxime Mikikian, Erik von Wahl, Thomas Lecas, Jean-Luc Le Garrec, James Mitchell. Rapid nanoparticle nucleation by dimethylamine injection in an argon plasma. From the NanoWorld to StarDust, NW2SD International Conference, Jul 2019, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-02196906⟩

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