Monodispersed Quinacridone Nanocrystals Prepared by a High-Temperature and High-Pressure Liquid Crystallization Method
Monodispersed quinacridone nanocrystals were fabricated by a high-temperature and high-pressure liquid crystallization method, which proved to be an advanced technique for fabricating nanocrystals of pigment compound. The aqueous dispersion liquid of quinacridone nanocrystals was very stable. The nanocrystals had a spherical shape with an average size of 60 nm when water was used as the high-temperature and high-pressure liquid at 260 °C and cooling solvent. The crystal structure of the nanocrystals could be controlled by varying the experimental conditions.
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Document Type: Short Communication
Publication date: 2003-10-01
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