hi, i am puruing my mtech in pharmaceutical technology..................gr8 to hear that u r pursuing ur phd in nano fields.......i would be interested to know more about your research area.........do reply
hai rajkumar, please to know about you. I am doing my Ph.D in environmental sciences using nanomaterials. My mail id firstname.lastname@example.org. Please tell me whether at very high temperatures about 1500 degC carbon can be converted into nanocarbon.
Hi Rajkumar . How r u ? I'm A master student in Nanotechnology . I waant to congragulate ur interest in Nanotech in Microbiology . U have wrote interst as Synthesis of nps through the biological routes it is good . I am also having the interest for biological synthesis of various nps
hi .... i came to know about your interest in the "biological synthesis of nanoparticles that to silver nanoparticles" ie from plants, we cant synthesis any nanoparticles from plants but we can extract siver and gold nanoparticles using plants, especially from microbes like bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes etc. i here specify some of the examples for you, pseudomonas pstutzeri, lacto bacillus, fusarium oxysporum, etc... a lot of research have been carried out in this and they successfully extracted silver and gold nanoparticles from this microbes, if need further information about this briefly just go through the book "nanobiotechnology" by "Nieymer"...
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The XFP (10 Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable) is a standard for transceivers for high-speed computer network and telecommunication links that use optical fiber.please visit www.xfptransceiver.com for more info