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At 8:25am on October 24, 2012,
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Swayamprava Dalai
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Hi Sir,

Can u please help me find out places for XPS analysis? My work is on TiO2 nanoparticles. 

At 1:38pm on September 22, 2010,
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David Garikai Chivenga
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There aint much going on and besides we as biological technologists or technician at our institute we cant do research without any veterinarian officers overseeing the project or even approving the project or research so we are looking for other means to do research thats why i got in touch with you so as to have an insight what you guys are doing so research are you currently doing
At 10:41am on August 11, 2010,
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Shivam Rastogi
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Hello Sir , Plz send me contact details n ur no. @ shivam.ece.juit@gmail.com need to talk to you regarding Nano Science
At 10:15am on November 24, 2009,
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Dr Alessio Mezzi
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TEM is more indicated than SEM
At 6:14pm on November 22, 2009,
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TINC
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At 6:43pm on November 20, 2009,
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sahar said fahim youssef
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my search is in the architectural field if i found something i'll send it to you sure
At 5:28pm on November 20, 2009,
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Zhiming Wang
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I have a small project of semiconductor nanostructures for biosensor and editing journals including nanobio stuff.
At 11:15am on November 20, 2009,
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Dr Alessio Mezzi
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Do you have a SEM microscopy?
At 10:32am on November 20, 2009,
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Dr Alessio Mezzi
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Yes!
In solution you may use atomic force microscopy
At 12:45pm on November 16, 2009,
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Dina Mohamed Abdien
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you can downolad this pdf file to get information about nano silver production
Yacaman.pdf
At 12:28pm on November 16, 2009,
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Dr Alessio Mezzi
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My work is based on the surface characterization by means X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Auger Electron Spectroscopy. How can I help you?
At 12:26pm on November 16, 2009,
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Dr. Anita
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Hi there,
I am not a biotechnology teacher but a Postdoctoral Researcher working in the field of nanotechnology.
At 12:23pm on November 16, 2009,
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Dina Mohamed Abdien
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A simple route for the synthesis of silver−protein (core−shell) nanoparticles using spent mushroom substrate (SMS) has been demonstrated in this work. SMS exhibits an organic surface that reduces silver ions and stabilizes the silver nanoparticles by a secreted protein. The silver nitrate solution incubated with SMS changed to a yellow color from 24 h onward, indicating the formation of silver nanoparticles. The purified solution yielded the maximum absorbance at 436 nm due to surface plasmon resonance of the silver nanoparticles. X-ray analysis of the freeze-dried powder of silver nanoparticles confirmed the formation of metallic silver

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