Curated Data based on Instance of Characterization
As Synthesized
 
Nanomaterial State:
liquid suspension
Manufacturer:
nanoComposix, Inc.
Product Name:
Tannic NanoXact Silver
Lot Number:
EAW1109
Synthesis Method:
base-catalyzed seeded growth using silver salts
  • Physico-Chemical Characteristics
  • biological interactions
  • Environmental interactions
Particle Size

Mean Hydrodynamic Diameter:
99.3 nm
Dynamic Light Scattering
Composition
graph
Overall nanomaterial
Lambda Max:
484 nm
UV-Visible Spectroscopy
CORE (hover over circle for proportion of material)
arrow Proportion of Nanomaterial:    Not reported
Component 1
Material Type:
metal
Molecular Identity:
Ag

COATING (hover over circle for proportion of material)
arrow Proportion of Nanomaterial:    Not reported
Component 1
Molecular Identity:
tannic acid

Surface Chemistry

Most Outward Material:
tannic acid
Surface Charge

Zeta Potential:
-57.7 mV
Electrophoretic Light Scattering
Stability

pH:
4.9
Size:
as a function of Light Exposure:
Short periods in ambient light conditions are acce
ptable; however prolonged exposure to light may ch
ange the material size or shape

Size:
as a function of Temperature:
If frozen, the nanoparticles will irreversibly agg
regate and the solution color will change. When st
ored at 2-8 ⁰C and away from light, the silver nan
oparticles are stable for at least 1 year.

As Processed A
 
Nanomaterial State:
powder
Manufacturer:
nanoComposix, Inc.
Product Name:
Tannic NanoXact Silver
Lot Number:
EAW1109
Synthesis Method:
base-catalyzed seeded growth using silver salts
Processing Type:
dried
  • Physico-Chemical Characteristics
  • biological interactions
  • Environmental interactions
Particle Size

Mean Diameter:
93.5 nm +/- 8.9
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Size Distribution

Modality:
Monomodal
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Aggregation/Agglomeration State

State:
Not Aggregated/Agglomerated
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Surface Area

Specific Surface Area:
6.397 m^2/g
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Shape

Nanoscale Dimensionality:
3D
Transmission Electron Microscopy

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