“Confined growth of Ag2S semiconductor nanocrystals in the presence of
PDMAEMA-co-AA polyampholyte co-polymer”
L.V. Trandafilović, V. Djoković, N. Bibić, M.K. Georges, T. Radhakrishnan
Materials Letters 64 (2010) 1123–1126
“‘Green’ synthesis and optical properties of silver–chitosan complexes and nanocomposites”
D. K. Božanić, L. V. Trandafilović, A. S. Luyt, V. Djoković
Reactive and Functional Polymers 70 (2010) 869-873
"Fabrication and antibacterial properties of ZnO-alginate nanocomposites"
L.V. Trandafilović, D.K. Božanić, S. Dimitrijević-Branković, A.S. Luyt,V. Djoković
Carbohydrate Polymers Volume 88, Issue 1, 17 March 2012, Pages 263–269
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Institute of Nuclear Sciences "Vinca"
Researchgroup, Institute, Company, University, School webpage
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Hai Dear Madem,
I am P. Manivel, Ph.D student from Tamil Nadu ( Dept of Nano Science & Technology- Bharathiar university).
Now i am Recently start work in Polymer nanocomposites for Sensing applications. i did my PG in Nanoscience and Technology at the same university,
In all reprints they said to be CNTs with polymer materials used for Bio Sensors like DNA Sensors. why we are use electrochemical properties of metal oxide, what is the reson for that. If you know that tell me.
Dept of Nanoscience and Technology,
Dear Lidija Trandafilovic,
TO know about me you can see my profile Ch.L.R.Jaidev. Recently I got a question in my mind that what happens when a bulk semiconductor material is conjested to a nano sized one. What happens to the semiconductor property of that material. Whether it remains the same or it changes to metal or insulator.?
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