Microwave assisted synthesis of colloidal inorganic nanocrystals
Authors：Mostafa Baghbanzadeh etc.；Ma Mixia, Han Xie etc.[Translation]
A long-form review of "Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Colloidal Inorganic Nanocrystals" by four distinguished scholars in the field of microwave chemistry and materials science in Australia and Italy, published in the prestigious German Journal of Applied Chemistry, has had far-reaching implications. The full text is 48 pages, citing 379 high-level academic literature, especially the use of microwave chemistry to synthesize nanomaterials is very effective.
China's well-known microwave chemistry experts, the official candidate of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the Beijing Distinguished Professor Hu Wenxiang's doctoral student Ma Mixia, and the master student Han Xie comrades jointly translated the article into Chinese, in order to facilitate the reference of the application. Due to the rush of time, the translator's level is limited, and readers are criticized for correcting the mistakes!
The translation is as follows (the first two chapters)