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Default Diffusion 19F-NMR of Nanofluorides: In Situ Quantification of Colloidal Diameters and Protein Corona Formation in Solution

Diffusion 19F-NMR of Nanofluorides: In Situ Quantification of Colloidal Diameters and Protein Corona Formation in Solution

The NMR-detectability of elements of organic ligands that stabilize colloidal inorganic nanocrystals (NCs) allow the study of their diffusion characteristics in solutions. Nevertheless, these measurements are sensitive to dynamic ligand exchange and often lead to overestimation of diffusion coefficients of dispersed colloids. Here, we present an approach for the quantitative assessment of the diffusion properties of colloidal NCs based on the NMR signals of the elements of their inorganic cores....

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