Advanced Nanotube and Nanofiber Materials by A. K. Haghi, G. E. Zaikov

By A. K. Haghi, G. E. Zaikov

This e-book provides the instruments of nanotechnology which can construct, picture, and manage nanostructures to construct fabrics and units. It bridges the distance among special technical guides which are past the grab of non-specialists and renowned technological know-how books, that may be extra technological know-how fiction than truth. It presents a desirable, scientifically sound remedy, available to engineers and scientists open air the sector or even to scholars on the undergraduate point. This e-book concludes with a glance at a few state of the art functions and prophecies for the longer term. It builds an outstanding history in characterisation and fabrication tools whereas integrating the physics, chemistry, and biology aspects. It makes a speciality of purposes and interpreting engineering features of nanotube and nanofibre fabrics.

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K. Haghi, Korean J. Chem. , 28, 445(2011). A. Afzali, V. Mottaghitalab, M. K. Haghi, Korean J. Chem. , 27, 1145(2010). Z. Moridi, V. K. Haghi, Korean J. Chem. , 28, 445(2011). K. Haghi, Cellulose Chem. , 44, 343 (2010) Z. Moridi, V. K. Haghi, Cellulose Chem. , 45, 549 (2011) In: Advanced Nanotube and Nanofiber Materials ISBN: 978-1-62081-170-2 Editors: A. K. Haghi and G. E. Zaikov © 2012 Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2 RECENT PROGRESS ON CARBON NANOTUBE/NANOFIBER COMPOSITES A. K. Haghi* University of Guilan, Iran 1.

155] synthesized and characterized a highly conductive, porous, and biocompatible MWNT/CS biocomposite film by freeze-drying technique. This process was performed by freezing MWNT/CS dispersion into an aluminum mold and then drying. Such a composite permitted delivery of needed antibiotics with effect of increased antibiotic efficacy in a patent by Jennings et al. [156]. 10. Wet-spinning Gordon Wallace et al. [157] recently reported that chitosan is a good dispersing agent for SWNT. They also demonstrated several methods in preparing SWNT/CS macroscopic structure in the form of films, hydrogels and fibers [158].

K. Haghi, Cellulose Chem. , 45, 549 (2011) In: Advanced Nanotube and Nanofiber Materials ISBN: 978-1-62081-170-2 Editors: A. K. Haghi and G. E. Zaikov © 2012 Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2 RECENT PROGRESS ON CARBON NANOTUBE/NANOFIBER COMPOSITES A. K. Haghi* University of Guilan, Iran 1. INTRODUCTION Recently, the words “nanobiocomposites” or “biopolymer nanocomposites” is most frequently observed in environmentally friendly research studies. The synthetic polymers have been widely used in various applications of nanocomposites.

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