Method for determining spectrum of sizes of suspended nanoparticles

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SUBSTANCE: method for determining a range of sizes of suspended nanoparticles consists in passage of gas (mixture of gases) containing analysed particles, through diffusion batteries of a meshed type and their introduction to supersaturated vapours of a low-volatile enlarging substance. Then, lighting of a flux of particles with a light beam and recording of parameters of light signals shaped by enlarged particles at their flying through the pointed-out area of the flux is performed. In order to improve accuracy of determination of the range of sizes, the main flux is separated into six parallel fluxes. With that, five of them are passed through five diffusion batteries with a different slip, and one of them is passed directly. Then, these fluxes pass through six devices of condensation growth and then to a field of vision of a charge-coupled device matrix and the obtained six areas of images of enlarged fluxes of particles are transmitted to a computer for an analysis of their range of sizes. Unlike known ones, the method allows performing simultaneous processing by means of a computer of six images of enlarged particles, which characterise different dimensional ranges of nanoparticles.

EFFECT: reducing the time required for measurements and improving their accuracy.

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The invention relates to analytical measuring systems associated with the determination of trace contaminants, primarily aerosol and nanoparticles in various gases and their mixtures, including in air atmosphere. It may find application in many fields of science and technology, in particular in the solution of various ecological problems, in the creation of ultra-clean manufacturing facilities, under the control of the dispersed phase for targeted drug delivery to the respiratory system.

A device image analysis of particles (Pat. US 2007 0273878 A1 G01N 21/00 from 29.11.2007), comprising: an illumination unit, a unit for capturing the image and the block image processing. The device is in the coverage of the particles, the received image capture and processing of the acquired images using a threshold device for the analysis of extracted particles and obtain their morphological characteristics.

The disadvantage of this device is that it does not allow measurement of nanoparticles.

The known method of the study of micro-objects (Pat. EN 2154815, G01N 15/02 dated 20.05.1998), which is that the studied micro-objects irradiated by the radiation beam, the maximum linear size of the coherence volume in the irradiation zone of micro-objects does not exceed 30% of the average distance between particles in warranty�ve. Using optical systems form images of the studied micro-objects and after reading measure their geometrical parameters on the signal level, depending on the coherence of the illumination and the aperture angle of the optical system forming the image.

The disadvantage of this method is that this method can not be determine the size of particles at the nanoscale.

In the basis of methods of measuring the concentration of disperse composition of aerosol particles in the nano range is the agglomeration of particles due to their condensation growth in supersaturated vapor environment (e.g., water) and measuring the concentration and size of the grown droplets using a conventional opto-electronic methods.

The process of steam condensation on suspended in the gas mixture the particles of the substance (nucleus condensation and misting three starts reaching a certain supersaturation:

S=(p/p0)-1,

where p0- the saturated vapor pressure over a flat surface condensation; p is the vapor pressure over the drop. In the state of thermodynamic equilibrium between the drop and the gas p is defined as the ball pressure in the gas mixture.

When sufficiently large, the solution is the connection of radius r and current supersaturation S is expressed by the Kelvin equation with the amendment of Thomson, on the electric charge of the nucleus:

where σ and ρW- the surface tension and the density of the condensate; k - Boltzmann constant; T is the gas temperature; m is the mass of vapor molecules; e is the electric charge.

Using formula (1), it is easy to estimate what the supersaturation necessary to create, to drop up to a maximum amount, which is able to record optical device.

When sufficiently large, the solution (S>3) water vapor in the air centers of condensation can be a light air ions (r<10-7cm, e=1.6 x 10-19CL). All the cores, ranging from r<0.1 µm, up to the size of ions, referred to in the literature Aitken nuclei.

Particles, manifested at low solution S<0.1 in the air, called cloud condensation nuclei, i.e. nuclei, which are formed droplets of clouds and fog.

The first design of counters of condensation nuclei is described in 1888 by Aitken and then perfected by Scholz in 1932 In these devices has grown in supersaturated water vapor the air drops societywide visually after sedimentation on a glass substrate (Belyaev, S. P., Nikiforova N. To., Smirnov V. V., "Optical-electronic methods for the study of aerosols". M.: Energoizdat, 1981, p. 102).

The disadvantage of the first designs of counters of condensation nuclei is the lack of automatic control.

The known method of analysis of impurities in gases, based on education�Denmark aerosol particles to separate molecules (A. S. 188132, G01N 15/00 from 23.06.1961). At the first stage for the consolidation of the smallest nuclei injected into a gas supersaturated vapor of any very malaleuca substances, such as dioctylsebacate. In the second stage, adding at room temperature saturated vapours of the more volatile substances, such as diisobutylphthalate make growing nucleus of condensation into particles sufficiently robust monodisperse aerosol, convenient for nephelometric or ultramicroscopic dimensions.

The disadvantages of this method are its operational inconvenience. In it was mandatory consistent exposure to supersaturated vapor first developing agent, then quickly put. Accordingly requires two same type devices. In the first auxiliary device a small flow of gas in contact with the heated developer substance and is mixed with the main gas stream at room temperature, containing nuclei of condensation. The second device is another small auxiliary stream in contact with the heated substance enlarger and mixes with the main flow coming from the first device with educated in it particles of ultrafine aerosol enlarger.

Another operational disadvantage of this method is that the saturated vapors in the auxiliary threads in contact with di�pragmas mixers, partially condense it and oxidized in air. Oxidized condensate is a viscous, sometimes solid, which gradually clogs the aperture, changing the mode of operation of the method.

To remedy these various disadvantages of the known methods and devices of formation of a molecular condensation nuclei (MOAC).

A device for creating a metered dose of vapor supersaturation substances in the gas flow (A. S. 1741105 G05D 11/00, B01F 3/02, B01F 15/04 from 15.06.1992), which contains connected via a metal capillary tube evaporator and mixing parts. In the body of the vaporizer has a heater and the sleeve with the carrier evaporated substances intended to saturate a small flow of gas vapor of the substance at elevated temperature. Mixing part consists of a tube with a nozzle for the primary dilution of the stream with condensation nuclei.

The disadvantage of this device is the design complexity and greater overall dimensions and power consumption of appropriate equipment.

The known method of detection of small impurities in Gaza (Pat. 2253857 G01N 15/00 from 01.03.2004), which involves the formation of molecular condensation nuclei (MOAC) in the gas stream from impurities or with their participation, evaporation and exhibiting the consolidation Moak substances by their metered�about heating in gas flows, the formation of aerosol particles and measuring their concentration, which determines the concentration of impurities. The heated flow of gas with vaporized substances unite in a common thread, creating a supersaturation vapor mixture of substances and form a joint aerosol particles by condensation on Moak vapor mixture exhibiting and consolidation of substances.

The disadvantage of this method is the use as a heater wire of gold, platinum or their alloys, and high power consumption. In addition, this method does not allow to determine the range of sizes of condensation nuclei.

A method of enlargement of nuclei of condensation, and the device for its implementation (us Pat. 2061219, G01N 15/00 from 27.05.1996), in which a supersaturated vapor consolidation of the substance is obtained by passing the stream with nuclei in the gap between two equidistant surfaces with a given temperature difference, one of which, having a higher temperature) is covered by consolidation substance. The method is implemented by a device containing a camera to create supersaturation, equipped with a cooler, which is installed inside the evaporator with an electric heater. The chamber may be formed, for example, in the form of a tube, and the cylindrical evaporator is located on its axis.

The disadvantage of this method is the inability to determine measured for cores to�condensation (nanoparticles) spectra of their size.

The known method of determining trace concentrations of CARBONYLS of metals in the air stream (Pat. 2356029 G01N from 15.06 from 20.05.2009), which includes the conversion of carbonyl molecules in the molecular condensation nuclei, the subsequent manifestation and larger nuclei in supersaturated vapor showing and consolidation of the detecting substances in the condensation device and nephelometric measurement of the received light scattering aerosol. Wherein the transformation of the carbonyl molecules in the molecular condensation nuclei is carried out by passing the sample flow through the heated part of the tube showing the condensing device deposited on the inner walls of the developing agent. The manifestation of the cores is carried out in a supersaturated pair of developing agent in the further passage of the fluid through the cooling portion of the same pipe.

The disadvantage of this method is the impossibility of determining the size spectrum of the measured trace.

The closest in technical essence to the proposed method is a method to measure the spectrum of the sizes of condensation nuclei aerosol particles and device for its implementation (us Pat. 2340885, G01N 15/02 dated 26.10.2006), including the amount of gas (or gas mixture) containing analyte particles through a diffusion battery mesh type, putting them in supersaturated vapours of Nicole�ucego consolidation substances condensation of vapour in the cores of the particles with formation of the aerosol, the concentration of which is determined by the optical counter. This method is based also work diffusion aerosol spectrometer Model 2702, produced by LLC "Aeronautic" (Moscow).

The disadvantage of this method and of the spectrometer is that the calculation of the spectrum of particle sizes is performed indirectly using a gamma distribution and solving a system of nonlinear algebraic equations, as the spectrum analysis of the enlarged size of aerosol particles produced by consecutive measurements of glitches particles through the five diffusion panels mesh type and the channel without batteries (zero channel).

The technical result that can be obtained by carrying out the invention, is to reduce measurement time and improve accuracy.

This result is achieved in that the method for determining the range of sizes of suspended nanoparticles consists in passing the gas (mixture of gases) containing analyte particles through a diffusion battery mesh type, administered in supersaturated vapours of low-volatile consolidation of a substance, light a stream of particles by a light beam and recording the parameters of the light signals formed by the coalesced particles during their passage through the area allocated�th thread. To improve the accuracy of determining the spectrum of the sizes of the main stream is divided into six parallel streams, five of which are passed through five diffusion cells with different breakthrough, and one directly, then these flows pass through six devices condensation growth and then enter into the field of view of the CCD matrix and obtained the six areas of the images of the integrated flow of particles is transferred into a computer for analysis of the spectrum of sizes.

Fig.1 shows a General diagram of a device for implementing the method.

The apparatus comprises a pulsed radiation source 1, the optical system of the illuminator 2, the optical imaging system of micro-objects, consisting of lenses 3 and 8, and a focusing optical radiation in the area of the counting of the volume flow of the particles 7, the CCD 9, analog-to-digital Converter 10, the computer 11. Also, the device comprises an inlet nozzle feed channels 4, a diffusion battery mesh type 5, the device for condensation growth 6 and the vacuum pump (blower) 12.

The optical system of the illuminator 2 includes a lens system that implement, for example, any of the known methods of lighting the micro-objects (lighting by Keller, methods bright field and a dark, critical illumination, etc.).

The device according to the method operates as follows. Analyzed the flow of air�, or another gas, containing aerosol particles, through the inlet nozzle, the flow channels 4 is passed through five diffusion batteries 5.1-5.5, is a series of veins that let in aerosol particles above a certain size. In order to determine the concentration of particles that have passed through the diffusion battery, you need to enlarge to a size that can be registered by a CCD matrix in the counting volume 7. This is achieved by dibutyl phthalate vapor condensation on the nuclei of the particles with the formation of an aerosol in a consolidation device 6, consisting of a consolidation device for six channels 6.1-.6.6 and further consolidation of the unit 6.0 6.1 channel to the possibility of agglomeration of the nanoparticles molecular size. Next, six of the integrated flow of particles coming into the control area of the CCD 9, the formation of images which provides an optical system comprising a pulsed radiation source 1, the illuminator 2, lenses 3 and 8, a focusing optical radiation in the area of the counting of the volume flow of the particles 7. With matrix CCD image enters the analog-to-digital Converter 10 and then in the computer 11. The computer carries out the processing of the received digital six regions characterizing five channels passing sorted diffusion batteries and directly (through the zero battery) aggregated particles with TSE�'yu determine the range of nanoparticle sizes. Also the computer controls the device condensation growth 6 (6.0-6.6) and a vacuum pump 12.

Thus, the method in contrast to the known processes on the computer at the same time six images aggregated particles, describing the different size ranges of nanoparticles.

The method for determining the spectrum of sizes of suspended nanoparticles consists in passing the gas (mixture of gases) containing analyte particles through a diffusion battery mesh type, administered in supersaturated vapours of low-volatile consolidation of a substance, light a stream of particles by a light beam and recording the parameters of the light signals formed by the coalesced particles during their passage through the selected area of the flow, characterized in that to increase the accuracy of determining the spectrum of the sizes of the main stream is divided into six parallel streams, five of which are passed through five diffusion cells with different breakthrough, and one directly, then these flows pass through six devices condensation growth and further enter into the field of view of the CCD matrix and obtained the six areas of the images of the integrated flow of particles is transferred into a computer for analysis of the spectrum of sizes.



 

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