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Nanocomposite particles for bio-applications

Tito Trindade

Nanocomposite particles for bio-applications

materials and bio-interfaces

by Tito Trindade

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Published by Pan Stanford in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biochemistry,
  • Biomedical materials,
  • Nanocomposites (Materials),
  • Nanoparticles,
  • Drug delivery systems

  • Edition Notes

    IIncludes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by by Tito Trindade, Ana L. Daniel da Silva
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRS201.N35 N35 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 289 p. :
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25151924M
    ISBN 109814267783
    ISBN 109789814267786, 9789814267816
    LC Control Number2011293442
    OCLC/WorldCa619946395

    Contributions are mainly related to the chemical design of nanocomposite particles, their properties as well as of their constituent materials, and the tailoring of bio-interfaces that might be relevant for the fields of clinical diagnosis and drug delivery procedures, among others : Sr. Scientist - Team Lead . Download this book. Free Download Link1 Download Link 2. Nanocomposite Particles for Bio-Applications Materials and Bio-Interfaces; Nanocomposite Particles for Bio-Applications Materials and Bio-Interfaces; ThemeForest - SoundRise v - Artists.

    2. Metal Organic Frameworks. Metal organic frameworks, also known as porous coordination networks (PCNs) or porous coordination polymers (PCPs), are in general highly porous 1-, 2-, or 3-dimensional extended organic-inorganic coordination structures [24,25].Their network is composed of metal centers (ions, clusters of ions, or better multinuclear complexes) linked by di- or polydentate organic Cited by: 2. The relationship between various unsupported molybdenum carbides and their activity toward methane reforming at K and 1 atm was studied. Unsupported molybdenum carbides catalyzed the formation of hydrogen in high selectivity, forming ethylene and ethane rather than benzene as the carbon-containing products. η-Mo3C2, which was nitrided at K and subsequently carbided at K, was more Cited by:

    Wang DS, He JB, Rosenzweig N et al. Superparamagnetic Fe2O3 beads-CdSe/ZnS quantum dots core-shell nanocomposite particles for cell separation. Nano Cited by: edited by Tito Trindade & Ana Luisa da Silva (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal) • One of the few examples of a book approaching the bio-applications of nanocomposite particles.


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Materials and Bio-Interfaces. Edited By Tito Trindade, Ana Luisa Daniel da Silva. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Get this from a library. Nanocomposite particles for bio-applications: materials and bio-interfaces. [Tito Trindade; Ana L Daniel da Silva;] -- This book provides a concise state of the art of the synthesis and properties of nanocomposite particles with interest for diverse bio-applications.

Contributions are mainly related to the chemical. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages: illustrations: Contents: 1. From nanoparticles to nanocomposites: a brief overview Polymers for biomedical applications: chemical modification and biofunctionalization Nanocapsules as carriers for the transport and targeted delivery of bioactive molecules Nanocomposite Structures and Dispersions deals with the preparation of gelled, branched and crosslinked nanostructured polymers in the solution free radical polymerization and controlled/living radical polymerization and polymer and composite nanoparticles and nanostructures in disperse systems, the kinetics of direct and inverse disperse polymerizations (microemulsion, miniemulsion, emulsion.

Nanocomposite Particles for Bio-Applications: Materials and Bio-Interfaces, by Tito Trindade and Ana L. Daniel da Silva.

Scope: edited book. Level: postgraduate, early career researcher, researcher, specialist, scientistAuthor: Nikolaos Kourkoumelis. Introduction. A nanometer, equivalent to the billionth of a meter (10 − 9 m), is approximat times thinner than a human hair.

The composite materials at nano scale have been explored in the ructured hybrid materials have been classified as an emerging sub-class of Cited by: 3.

This book introduces and describes in detail the research and development in thin film scintillators, glass ceramics, as well as nanocomposite and optical ceramics prepared by spark plasma sintering.

It also features example of an in-depth study of a ZnO-based powder phosphor material. Request PDF | Synthetic Strategies for Polymer-Based Nanocomposite Particles | This chapter focuses on synthetic approaches reported in the last decade regarding the preparation of polymer-based.

This is a key feature for some bio-applications as the magnetic properties and the particles bio-distribution depends strongly on the aggregation of the nanoparticles. Another important feature of superparamagnetic nanoparticles for Nanomedicine is their ability to dissipate heat when exposed to an external ac field (magnetic hyperthermia) a Cited by: Nanocomposite Structures and Dispersions deals with the preparation of gelled, (bio)applications.

This book is designed to bridge that gap and offers several unique features. First, it is written as an introduction to and survey of nanomaterials with a careful balance between basics and advanced topics.

biodecorated particles. "Nanocomposite particles for bio-applications: materials and biointerfaces", T. Trindade, A. Daniel-da-Silva (editors), Pan Stanford Publishing, Singapore, NANOPARTICLES FOR BIOAPPLICATIONS. Nanoparticles are now well established as potential new vectors. The scope of this Special Issue covers state-of-the-art synthesis and functions of heterogeneous nanocomposite materials to offer an insight into this new family of composites with the incorporation of dissimilar bio/abio-building blocks with interest in diverse bio-applications, including, in particular, pharmaceutics, biodiagnostics.

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You can open the device and get the book by on-line. Author(s): Trindade,Tito; Silva,Ana L Daniel da Title(s): Nanocomposite particles for bio-applications: materials and bio-interfaces/ edited by Tito Trindade, Ana L. Daniel da Silva.

Country of Publication: Singapore Publisher: Singapore: Pan Stanford Pub., c T. Trindade; A. Daniel-da-Silva (Eds), Nanocomposite particles for bio-applications – materials and biointerfaces, Pan Stanford Publishing,ISBN: Book Chapters 7. This review presents scientific findings concerning the use of bioactive nanocomposites in the field of tissue repair and regeneration.

Bioactivity is the ability of a material to incite a specific biological reaction, usually at the boundary of the material. Nanocomposites have been shown to be ideal bioactive materials due the many biological interfaces and structures operating at the by: The current chapter focuses on synthetic approaches reported in the last decade regarding the preparation of polymer based nanocomposite particles, featuring potential bio-applications.

In composite materials especial attention must be devoted to interfaces in order to improve the compatibility between the inorganic/organic : A.C. de Carvalho Esteves, A.M.M.V. Barros-Timmons.An overview of the recent developments and prospects in this highly topical area, covering the synthesis, characterization, properties and applications of hierarchical nanostructured materials.

The book concentrates on those materials relevant for research and development in the fields of energy, biomedicine and environmental protection, with a strong focus on 3D materials based on nanocarbons.