Concentration and size distribution data of silicon nitride nanoparticles measured using nanoparticle tracking analysis.
- Elsevier BV
- Publication Type:
- Journal Article
- Data in brief, 2017, 15, pp. 821-823
- Issue Date:
This article refers to the paper "A novel method for isolation and recovery of ceramic nanoparticles and metal wear debris from serum lubricants at ultra-low wear rates" (Lal et al., 2016)  and describes the concentration and size distribution data of silicon nitride nanoparticles measured using nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA). A NanoSight LM10 instrument was used to capture the video data of silicon nitride nanoparticles moving under Brownian motion in the water. The video data was then analyzed using the NanoSight NTA software. This article also describes a methodology for calculating the percentage recovery of a nanoparticle isolation process.
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