Nano Sculpture is the art of making particles small, perfectly uniform in size and for each particle to have the same ingredients.

Scientists have finally discovered the way to create the most perfectly uniformed product on the market today, achieved through the development of purpose built proprietary reactors to smash particles together at an elemental level. This creates nano particles, the machinery used to create these products is the horticultural equivalent of the big bang machine used to find the “Higgs Boson” particle. 

 
 
 
 
 

NANO TECHNOLOGY

IS THE BIGGEST THING YOU’LL NEVER SEE

WHAT IS A NANO PARTICLE ?

 

Nano particles are minimal in size, length and width. Crucially their perfectly uniformed structure allows each and every bottle and every user to experience the same growth potential with every crop. Nano particles are more readily available to plants than any other particle and are of huge scientific interest. Properties of materials change as their size approaches the Nano-scale and as the percentage of atoms at the surface of a material becomes significant.

The high surface area to volume ratio of nanoparticles provides a tremendous driving force for diffusion which is essential for uniform plant growth.

 

BENEFITS

 

BY SMASHING NUTRIENTS TOGETHER, SUPERIOR NANO PARTILCES ARE PRODUCED.

Smaller particles mean a larger surface area, which in turn means a quicker dissolving time in water and a faster absorption rate into your plant’s root system. This smart application of physics and the latest scientific breakthrough enables Nano to get to work quicker on your plants. But the benefits of size go beyond speed; Nano particles are efficient too.

Nano particles are easier for a plant to absorb and that means they expend less energy in doing so. This conservation of energy means enhanced growth and development for your crop. The less a plant has to work in taking up nutrients the more it can work on what you want your plants to be doing; promoting healthy, vigorous growth.

 

How We Measure Particles

This results in the data represented as a graph showing Diameter of the particles Vs relative % intensity (nm). Each peak shows a different range of particle size and the width of the peak expresses the uniformity of the particles: the narrower the peak the smaller the size range.

 
Dynamic light scattering (DLS) is a spectroscopic technique for measuring the size of particles suspended within a liquid, typically in the sub micron region.

The DLS derives the diameter of the particles by measuring Brownian motion at a constant temperature. Brownian motion is the random movement of particles through a medium, caused by bombardment of surrounding solvent molecules. The Brownian motion value is found by measuring the rate at which the intensity of scattered light fluctuates via constructive and destructive interference, when detected using a suitable optical device. This means that the larger the particles in the solution, the slower the Brownian motion and therefore the slower the rate of intensity fluctuations. Brownian motion is defined by a property known as translational diffusion coefficient.

The size of a particle is calculated from the translational diffusion coefficient using the Stokes-Einstein equation:

d(H) = hydrodynamic diameter

D = translational diffusion coefficient

K = Boltzmann’s constant

T= absolute temperature

η = viscosity

A devise called a digital correlator is used to express the intensity fluctuations as a function of time. The size of particles is obtained from the correlation function by using various algorithms such as: Cumulants analysis or CONTIN.

Analytical Data Example of Nano Particles

 
This results in the data represented as a graph showing Diameter of the particles Vs relative % intensity (nm). Each peak shows a different range of particle size and the width of the peak expresses the uniformity of the particles: the narrower the peak the smaller the size range.
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