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A set of hugely chosen, peer-reviewed chapters, this e-book showcases the learn 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 varied as drugs, power, electronics, and agriculture. as well as engineering features, the e-book discusses the physics, Read more...

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2007; Markovic et. , 2008). In this study, nanocomposites from different nanoparticles were fabricated. In the first step, magnetic nanoparticles (synthesized from three various methods) and carbon nanostructures were functionalized to amine or carboxyl groups and then used as building blocks for composites creation and with vitamin-biotin immobilization. In the present chapter, magnetite nanoparticles were prepared by three different synthesis methods: condensation from iron chlorides, decomposition of Fe[acac]3 Novel Magnetic Carbon Biocomposites 27 complexes, and structures as core-shell covered by SiO2.

The same is obtained for NDs-hexamethylenediamine where these bonds appear at 585 cm–1. In both IR respective spectra c) we observe signals at wave numbers 1058cm–1–1023 cm–1, which may be identified as C-N bonds (19). 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.

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