Nachhaltige Nanochemie – Zwei einfache Green Chemistry-Synthesen für den Chemieunterricht

Translated title of the contribution: Sustainable Nanochemistry - Two simple Green Chemistry Syntheses for the Chemistry Lessons

Timm Wilke, Ramzy Abdelaziz, Mady Elbahri, Stefan Schwarzer

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Abstract

When it comes to teaching nanotechnology, the focused nanomaterial is most often the focal point of the teaching course. The interesting and oftentimes unique properties constitute the basis for the experimental investigations and the resulting learning opportunities within a course concept. Hence, the synthesis and synthesis concepts for nanomaterials are of particular importance for Nanoscience Education. This article presents two different approaches. First, we will make use of the special reaction conditions of the so-called Leidenfrost reactor to obtain several nanoparticles in aqueous solutions. Then we will illustrate, how nanostructured silica materials with high surface-to-volume-ratios can easily be synthesized by a facile templating reaction. Both cases are Green Chemistry syntheses since only very small amounts of chemicals are needed or they can be easily recycled.
Translated title of the contributionSustainable Nanochemistry - Two simple Green Chemistry Syntheses for the Chemistry Lessons
Original languageGerman
Number of pages14
JournalCHEMKON
Volume24
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2017
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

Keywords

  • Nanotechnology
  • Synthesis
  • Leidenfrost
  • Silica
  • Green Chemistry

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