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nano-instruments

Started this discussion. Last reply by YL. Balachandran Oct 30, 2009. 4 Replies

Dear members,I would be requiring the below listed instruments to analyse my samples.can any one in the forum provide the necessary information regarding this issue, preferably within India.it would…Continue

nano-encapsulation

Started this discussion. Last reply by TINC Sep 30, 2009. 1 Reply

Dear Members,I am interested in nano-encapsulation of antioxidants, I would like to know whether anybody in dis group is workin in this area, please provide your valuable suggestion.with…Continue

 

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Nano-encapsulation of phytochemicals as antioxidants, nano-functional foods.
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Nanotech in food engineering, drug delivery
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TNAU,India; McGill University, Canada
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At 2:42pm on April 1, 2010,
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RajaKumar.G
said…
hii am rajakumar frm vellore(tamilnadu INDIA) doing phd in nanotech.. need ur frshp.. mail me to microlabsraj@gmail.com
At 8:32am on December 21, 2009,
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VINODH PICHAIMUTHU
said…
hi kirupa,
sorry for late reply .. i was out of station for last two months..
ok.. are u working in agri uni..cbe.
i will help u to get ur sample test in my uni..
before that i want know what type of sample is yours ..
soon i will sent instrumentsation details..
At 9:06am on November 26, 2009,
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PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM
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hi dr ,
more information please
thanks
ma.ibrahim
At 10:05pm on November 15, 2009,
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A.M. Kannan
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Hi,

I am not aware of any wotk in ASU. But not sure....

regards,

Kannan


A.M. Kannan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Engineering Technology, TECH 156
Arizona State University
7001 E Williams Field Rd
Mesa, AZ 85212
amk@asu.edu
480 727 1102 (Phone)
480 727 1723 (Fax)
Blackberry: 808-392 0036
http://technology.asu.edu/node/145
At 7:37pm on November 5, 2009,
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YL. Balachandran
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hai K Krishnan,

In here we have only limited instruments for characterization of materials.
we have Powder XRD; ESEM with EDAX; FT-IR, Laser RAMAN; AFM; PL. These instruments are present in Dept of Physics and in DRDO Center for Life Sciences.
There is no charge for these analysis. You have to get permission from
Prof Dr. D. Mangalraj, Head, Nanoscience and technology, BU. You can go through the web for his mail ID.

With regards

YL. Bala
At 5:29am on October 27, 2009,
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Jagadeesh S
said…
hi kirupa krishnan,
For the nanoparticle characterization here SEM is available but AFM , DLS , TEM should be install latter , the right place is IITm and IIsc, JNCSAR, NCL. NCL has the all facilities...wt type of characterization do u want ?
At 12:06pm on October 19, 2009,
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CH.L.R.Jaidev
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Dear Ms Kirupa Krishnan,
Thank you for your interest. Right now I have synthesized the silver nanoparticles. I want to use them as the drug delivery materials. But I don't know how to do that. I want some interested people in this prospect. I expect some thoughtful discussions from you.
At 10:46am on October 19, 2009,
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Jayadev
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Ms Kirupa Krishnan,

You can send your article or articles to our email id: nanodigest@gmail.com.

Most importantly, kindly send a brief about what you want to write. On approval of the brief you can send the article. After approving the brief I will tell you the length of the article as well as deadlines and other requirements.

Something on Nanotech in Food Engineering will be interesting. Think in those lines.
Jayadev
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At 12:06pm on October 4, 2009,
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Tamar Chachibaia
said…
Hi, please follow link in case if you have further interest in Fullerence http://fullwater.com.ua/page8.html
In case of your interest I will be happy to provide you with the contact information with the authors. Rgds.
At 10:32am on October 4, 2009,
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TINC
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