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Propagation of microwaves is studied in a composite material containing flakes of Fe-Si-Nb-Cu-B alloy placed into an epoxyamine matrix. The theory is worked out, which permits to calculate the coefficients of the dynamic magnetic permeability tensor and the effective magnetic permeability of the transversely magnetized composite. The measurements of magnetic field dependences of the transmission and reflection coefficients were carried out at frequencies from 12 to 38 GHz. Comparison between cal...
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#1Maciej MarcH-Index: 1
Last. Mirosław R. DudekH-Index: 19
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The study investigated the phenomenon of the fast aggregation of single-domain magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in stable aqueous colloidal suspensions due to the presence of a radio-frequency (RF) magnetic field. Single-domain nanoparticles have specific magnetic properties, especially the unique property of absorbing the energy of such a field and releasing it in the form of heat. The localized heating causes the colloid to become unstable, leading to faster agglomeration of nanoparticles and...
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#1Paweł K. ZarzyckiH-Index: 2
#2Lucyna LewandowskaH-Index: 1
Last. Janusz KobakaH-Index: 6
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The main goal of this experimental work is screening of different natural and synthetic nanomaterials and biopolymers that may improve elimination of stable micropollutants from water phase. In this work, as a target chemical acting as the micropollutant molecule, the Brilliant Blue (BB) dye was selected. We tested different active matrices dispersed in water phase including activated carbon (AC), lyophilized graphene oxide (GO), β-cyclodextrin (CD), raw dandelion pappus (DP), microcrystalline c...
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In this study, single groove nanoscratch experiments using a friction force microscope (FFM) with a monocrystalline diamond tip were conducted on a c-plane sapphire wafer to analyze the ductile-regime removal and deformation mechanism including the anisotropy. Various characteristics, such as scratch force, depth, and specific energy for each representative scratch direction on the c-plane of sapphire, were manifested by the FFM, and the results of the specific scratch energy showed a trend of s...
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The ability to predict the behaviour of polymeric nanomedicines can often be obfuscated by subtle modifications to the corona structure, such as incorporation of fluorophores or other entities. However, these interactions provide an intriguing insight into how selection of molecular components in multifunctional nanomedicines contributes to the overall biological fate of such materials. Here, we detail the internalisation behaviours of polymeric nanomedicines across a suite of cell types and ext...
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#1Blake HerrenH-Index: 2
Last. Yingtao LiuH-Index: 16
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Porous piezoresistive sensors offer promising flexible sensing functionality, such as human joint motion detection and gesture identification. Herein, a facile fabrication method is developed using a microwave-based rapid porogen removal technique for the manufacturing of porous nanocomposite sponges consisting of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and well-dispersed carbon nanotubes (CNTs). The porogen amounts and CNT loadings are varied to tailor the porosity and electrical properties of the porous s...
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Nanocomposites were prepared by adding graphene nanoplatelets (GNP) into epoxy with a variety of loadings. The thickness of GNPs used in this study was in a range of 1 nm to 10 nm. Nanocomposite film was deposited on the aluminum (Al) substrate via a spinning coating process. Tensile tests were carried out to determine the elastic modulus, ultimate strength and fracture strain of the nanocomposites. Theoretical prediction of the fracture toughness of the film/substrate composite structure with a...
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#1Hiroyuki TakeiH-Index: 9
Last. Takayuki OkamotoH-Index: 27
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Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) is a powerful technique for obtaining structural information of molecules in solution at low concentrations. While commercial SERS substrates are available, high costs prevent their wide-spread use in the medical field. One solution is to prepare requisite noble metal nanostructures exploiting natural nanostructures. As an example of biomimetic approaches, butterfly wing scales with their intricate nanostructures have been found to exhibit exquisite SER...
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#2Christian DarneH-Index: 11
Last. Carole SeidelH-Index: 4
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In the field of nanotechnology, the use of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) is growing. Pulmonary exposure during their production, use, and handling is raising concerns about their potential adverse health effects. The purpose of this study is to assess how the physical characteristics of MWCNTs, such as diameter and/or length, can play a role in cellular toxicity. Our experimental design is based on the treatment of human bronchial epithelial cells (BEAS-2B) for six weeks with low concen...
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#1Saeid VafaeiH-Index: 20
Last. Kazuhiro MansekiH-Index: 9
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SnO2 nanoparticles are regarded as attractive, functional materials because of their versatile applications. SnO2 nanoaggregates with single-nanometer-scale lumpy surfaces provide opportunities to enhance hetero-material interfacial areas, leading to the performance improvement of materials and devices. For the first time, we demonstrate that SnO2 nanoaggregates with oxygen vacancies can be produced by a simple, low-temperature sol-gel approach combined with freeze-drying. We characterize the in...
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