Collection of non-gas phase airborne nanoparticles by microfabricated electrostatic precipitator

Beelee Chua, M. Zhang, Anthony S. Wexler, Norman C. Tien, Debbie A. Niemeier, Britt A. Holmén

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Abstract

Airborne non-gas phase nanoparticles have been successfully collected using a relatively low power (approximately 200mW at 80μA) and small footprint (approximately 1cm 2) microfabricated electrostatic precipitator. Polydispersed liquid phase oleic acid nanoparticles with size distribution of 30nm to 300nm are electrically charged and precipitated from the carrier gas phase medium at atmospheric pressure and temperature. The change in resistivity between the electrodes resulting from the build-up of precipitating nanoparticles is experimentally measured. Experimental airborne particles flux to the collection grid due to precipitation is approximately 4×10 4 particles per second for a concentration of approximately 1.5×10 6 particles per cubic centimeter.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCollection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications
Pages170-178
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Dec 1
Externally publishedYes
EventCollection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications - Monterey, CA, United States
Duration: 2004 Nov 12004 Nov 5

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OtherCollection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications
CountryUnited States
CityMonterey, CA
Period04/11/104/11/5

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Electrostatic precipitators
Nanoparticles
Atmospheric temperature
Oleic acid
Atmospheric pressure
Fluxes
Electrodes
Liquids
Gases

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Chua, B., Zhang, M., Wexler, A. S., Tien, N. C., Niemeier, D. A., & Holmén, B. A. (2004). Collection of non-gas phase airborne nanoparticles by microfabricated electrostatic precipitator. In Collection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications (pp. 170-178). [AIAA-2004-6731]

Collection of non-gas phase airborne nanoparticles by microfabricated electrostatic precipitator. / Chua, Beelee; Zhang, M.; Wexler, Anthony S.; Tien, Norman C.; Niemeier, Debbie A.; Holmén, Britt A.

Collection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications. 2004. p. 170-178 AIAA-2004-6731.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Chua, B, Zhang, M, Wexler, AS, Tien, NC, Niemeier, DA & Holmén, BA 2004, Collection of non-gas phase airborne nanoparticles by microfabricated electrostatic precipitator. in Collection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications., AIAA-2004-6731, pp. 170-178, Collection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications, Monterey, CA, United States, 04/11/1.
Chua B, Zhang M, Wexler AS, Tien NC, Niemeier DA, Holmén BA. Collection of non-gas phase airborne nanoparticles by microfabricated electrostatic precipitator. In Collection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications. 2004. p. 170-178. AIAA-2004-6731
Chua, Beelee ; Zhang, M. ; Wexler, Anthony S. ; Tien, Norman C. ; Niemeier, Debbie A. ; Holmén, Britt A. / Collection of non-gas phase airborne nanoparticles by microfabricated electrostatic precipitator. Collection of Technical Papers - CANEUS 2004 - Conference on Micro-Nano-Technologies for Aerospace Applications. 2004. pp. 170-178
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