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Plain and Core-Shell Nanoparticles
Yflow’s technology is able to produce micro and nanoparticles from a broad variety of materials. Our particles find applications in technological fields such as:
* Food Technology
* Pharmacy
* Bioengineering
* Drug delivery
* Material science
* Catalysis
* Nanosensors
Yflow’s ECJ technology is able to generate micro and nanoparticles from a broad variety of materials in the micro/nanometric size range (from 100 microns to less than 100 nm). Our particles find applications in technological fields such as:
* Bioengineering, tissue engineering and drug delivery: Nanofibers and spherical nanoparticles with diameters ranging from 100 nm to several microns are made of a variety of biocompatible materials: silk fibroin; poly lactic-co-glycolic acid; chitosan; poly(ester urethane) urea; collagen; elastin; polylactic acid; poly-L-lactide; polyethylene glycol; polyethylene-co-vinyl acetate; poly (vinyl pyrrolidone); poly (ethylene oxide); etc.
* Catalysis: Electrospun nanofibers of polyvinyl alcohol, Nafion, polyacrylonitrile or poly(arylene ether sulfone) are used as a part of fuel cell electrode membranes. Yflow produces very high specific surface carbon nanofibers (hollow and solid) from petroleum pitch, polyacrylonitrile or lignins. These carbon nanofibers can be used as H2 storage devices and as catalytic support.
* Microencapsulation: Core-shell micro and nanoparticles produced by ECJ Yflow's technology. These particles are ideal for using in food industry, pharmacy, cosmetics, etc
* Nanosensors: Electrospun nanofibers of polyaniline, polypyrrole, polythiophene, and other conducting polymers exhibit very interesting properties for being used in fast-response optical, electrochemical and gas sensors.
* Conductive and magnetic applications: Electrospun nanofibers are doped with carbon nanotubes and other conducting and magnetic nanoparticles to improve their electromagnetic characteristics.
* Optoelectronic and photonic devices : Nanofibers of materials such as carbon/CdS and poly[2-methoxy-5-(20-ethyl-hexyloxy)-1,4-phenylene vinylene] (MEH-PPV), among others, are produced by electrospinning. They exhibit optical, physical and electronic properties, making them promising materials in nanoelectronics, photonics and optoelectronics.
 
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