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Shape Memory Polymrs, Blends and Polymer Nanocomposites
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Processing and Characterization of Polymer Nanocomposites
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At 4:32pm on March 14, 2012,
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Dr.Baiju Vidyadharan
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sir

i am baiju doing my phd in polymer nanocomposites for electronic application. i am in the first sem. is it a developing field ?if you have some papers related to it, please send me. please guide me in this 

regards

baiju

At 10:11pm on September 1, 2010,
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Ruhan Benlikaya
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Dear Prashanta,

I m interested in post-doc research related to polymer nanocomposites. I finished my Phd thesis on preparation and characterization of the
nanocomposites polyalkylmetacrylate derivatives with sepiolite/kaolinite
by solution mixing method in April, 2009.

If you have no found the researcher, could you write me your e-mail adrees to send my CV?

Best regards.
Ruhan Benlikaya
At 6:21am on August 3, 2010,
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Tej
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Dear Sir, i am very much interested in post doc in polymer nanocomposites. Currently i am pursuing my PhD. Please send me your mail id.
With best regards
Tej Singh
email-chauhan.nano@gmail.com
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