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Light scattering palladium nanoparticles

  1. Nov 23, 2013 #1
    Hi there. I didn't know where to post this. If there is a proper section, please move it.

    The thing is that I am looking for papers on which they characterize palladium nanoparticles through light scattering methods. I've found palladium nanoparticles characterized by TEM, IR, XPS, etc. but I was looking in particular for anyone who has characterized it by light scattering. I looked through google, and found this: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23360464

    And I found a few more. What I particularly need is something where they explains clearly as possible the characterization through light scattering. I don't have too much access to science magazines here in my house, but I could access to some at my university, which have some subscriptions. I look for it on monday, but until then, if anyone can help me with this I will really appreciate it.

    Thanks.
     
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