Nanomaterials can be prepared with water by Shah Ashraf (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - India)

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Comment by Noah Lotan on June 5, 2010 at 10:29am
Indeed, wonderful pictures.
However, as all of us know, science and scientific achievements require
that appropriate control experiments be made.
We all remember the exciting news regarding Poly water, a few years ago.
Also, very recently, artifacts were reported in the case of using
disposable plastic labware, as caused by additives that leaked from
plastic test tubes.
In the particular case reported, I wonder how the
materials considered look like BEFORE the tretment indicated ?
Also, is there any effect of this treatment ( high temperature ) on the
teflon lining ? And , finally, a scale bar would be desirable.
Noah Lotan , Technion, Haifa, Israel

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Comment by Ramzi MAALEJ on May 29, 2010 at 12:16am
what about rare earth doped nanomaterials? have you any possibility of synthesis of some samples?

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