By Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, A. Manuel Stephan, B. Raneesh
A suite of hugely chosen, peer-reviewed chapters, this booklet showcases the study of a global roster of scientists. It covers nanomaterials with emphasis on synthesis, characterization, and purposes. It additionally provides rising advancements in nanotechnology in parts as assorted as medication, power, electronics, and agriculture. as well as engineering facets, the e-book discusses the physics, chemistry and biotechnology at the back of the fabrication and equipment designing. Read more...
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In the final step of the composite fabrication, vitamin – biotin were immobilized onto magnetite-nanodiamonds com- 42 Advanced Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications posite. The obtained IR spectra differ from the previous one because broad bands from immobilized biotin appear in the range of 1100–1000 cm–1. Modification of constituent particles and composite fabrication can be easily followed by IR characterization. There can be seen chemical changes of the surface of the obtained nanomaterials and modification of the particle core.
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