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Any one working here on gold nanoparticles and brain disorders.please inform me.I am looking for some valuable information from you.

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I have an experience in nanogold catalysts and you are wellcome to open discussion
what is the minimum temperature requirement for gold nanoparticle production? my understanding.... nanoscale Au can be produced by various name a few VCLDI, EEW, Chemical route, phyiscal methods etc.... all these techniques doesnt yield nanoparticles of same size, shape, purity etc.... generally depending on the applications the synthesizing techniques is chosen...and each technique has its own temp requirements.... and finally one technique which most widely used for nano colloid preparation is thru reduction of Au(CN)3.. and this process is room temperature....on the other hand plasma process will require higher end temperature.... do correct me if i am wrong...
i am working on biosynthesis of gold and silver nanoparticles from algae
35 to 40C
are you talking in terms of the living temperature of algae or a generalized gold preperation
not living temperature.
is it the incubation temperature of algae? what is the optimum temperature of the algae for this methods?
what will be optimum temperature for the mechanical grinding to produce gold nanoparticles
sorry for the delayed reply... i was suffering from chicken pox and was nt in the lab for couple of weeks... by the way... as for as mechnical grinding is concern... we have nt tried in the my lab..i mean gold mech. grinding.. bt then.. as such there is no much important is given to temperature... furthermore since gold is very very ductile metal...mech grinding will and should be done in cryo condition in order have significant size reduction...
Hi I am shashi here. when I prepare gold nanoparticles using aquas method (HAUCl3 and sodium citrate) , I keep temp 120 -130 degree.. Genereally I prepare 20-40 nm size gold particles

I am working on interaction of gold nanoparticles with microtubules which are one of the cytoskeletal protein that have important role in some disease. we purified this protein from the brain and hope to find a way to improve memory. if you are interested contact me

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