thanks for the reply, my samples are nanoencapsulated powders (food grade). it is not toxic so i think so der wil not be any problem regarding the toxicology. for the time being if i get to know the diffraction angle and other specification for XRD, FTRI, SEM it wil be useful.
im working on nano-encapsulation .i visited ur uinv once 2 get some information. i would lik to know the details of x-ray diffractometer, FTIR spectrometer, spectroflurometer, sem, atomic force microscope, ramans spectrometer. the configuration of these instruments, so i could do the characterisation of my samples in ur uinv. it would be of great help 2 my research.
I am Dr. Yuvaraj Haldorai working as assistant research prof in South Korea. I am working in the nanoscience and nanotechnoly area. I studied my BSc in Ramakrishna Vidyalaya, CBE. If you need any assistance reagrding nanomaterials and CNT let me know
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