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Nanoporous marvels | Introduction to nanoporous materials and their application in electrocatalysis and gas sensing technologies

13 January  2024

Nanoporous materials or layers refer to substances with structures characterized by a network of pores or voids at the nanometer scale, typically ranging from 1 to 100 nm in size. The nanoporous nature of these materials provides an exceptionally high surface area relative to their volume, which is a key factor in their utility. 

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Sparking a revolution in catalysis by mixing anything with anything

27 December  2023

Gas phase processes for nanoparticle production can reach much higher levels of purity than conventional liquid-based ones. This leads to products that are better defined in their chemical nanostructure, and it is to be expected that theoretical predictions have a higher success rate.

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The importance of storing material data: Accelerate the nanostructured materials.

19 June  2023

At VSPARTICLE,we believe that generation of nanoparticles should be neither complex or nor time-consuming. By introducing a fully automated and reproducible production process of new nanostructured materials with the VSP-G1 Nanoparticle Generator and VSP-C1 Controller.

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How to speed up your research and move from design hypothesis to characterization within days

19 January  2021

VSPARTICLE addresses the challenges by offering a fully automated nanomaterial fabrication process based purely on a physical process. Our approach is radically different from the state-of-the-art and it is based on a patented technology called Spark Ablation. The cornerstone of our technology is the VSP-G1- Nanoparticle Generator. 

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The Future of Heterogeneous Catalyst

2 September 2019

Heterogeneous catalysis is at the nucleus of modern energy and chemical industries, a process in which a gas- or liquid-phase reaction is performed over a solid catalyst. Evidenced by revenue that reaches the trillions of dollars per year.To reduce our footprint on the earth and enter a new era where advances in technology are used to achieve this, conventional techniques processes that are typically more than fifty years old should be carefully reviewed.

By Maurits Boeije, Material Scientist

11 June 2019

How could we substitute critical metals that are needed for a renewable energy system?

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How Nanotech and catalysis can show climate change

20 March 2019

As an associate professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at TU Delft, Smith has many interests, but he has chosen to turn his focus to slowing down climate change, primarily by enabling energy transition that is centered on renewables. 

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How and why make nanoparticles?

05 November 2018

Nanotech pioneer, Andreas Schmidt Ott, discusses the evolution and the production of building blocks for nanotechnology from the gas phase.

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How to write a PHD Proposal

07 March 2019

Do you need to write a research proposal, but have no idea where to start?

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How to make homes Smarter?

07 March 2019

One of VSPARTICLE’s biggest technology goals is to help make the world a more sustainable and environmentally friendly place. 

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Can Nanotech help saving Metallic Artifacts?

25 March 2019

IT’S ALREADY BEING USED TO HELP RESTORE AND PRESERVE PAINTINGS, BUT THE SCIENCE CAN ALSO BE USED TO KEEP A MUSEUM’S STORES OF METALLIC ARTIFACTS FROM DECOMPOSING OVER TIME

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Flowers for de-icing windows 

Distinct ice patterns on solid surfaces with various wettabilities

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The future of the periodic table

24 January 2019

One Hundred and Fifty Years on, the Table Continues to Grow and Inspire, but the Real Opportunities Will Be Found at the nanoscale

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