good day sir. i have successfully completed m.tech in nano technology from amity university noida .india. i did my project on graphene oxide from crp henry tudor luxemberg.it was funded .now i want to do phd in the same .. could u help me
i would like to know abt the configuration of the following instruments, like the range of angle (teta) for xrd, scale bar for AFM, SEM, and the specification for FTIR.
do you have DLS in your lab?
thanks for details, wen i visited ur univ,i was given the contacts of Dr. Mangalraj & Prof. Balasubramaniam (DRDO). But Dr. Mangalraj was on an abroad trip. Is he back to univ?
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