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At 7:58am on September 16, 2011,
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James Richard Tacker
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Lots of companies doing this how are you different my friend
At 5:18pm on January 16, 2010,
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Nano
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Hi Rajesh
Have you this paper?
H. Masuda and K.Fukuda,“Ordered metal nanohole array made by a two-step replication of honeycomb structures of anodic alumina,”Science 268, 1466–1468 (1995).
thanks
Hassan
At 2:13pm on January 13, 2010,
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s. kumar
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hello sir,
I am going to design my final year project work on carbohydrate modified nanoparticles application and i have some querries and idea, so can i discuss those with you....
At 8:32am on January 24, 2009,
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GEORGE VARUGHESE
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At 7:10pm on January 15, 2009,
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TINC
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welcome to the nanoscience community

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