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Biodegradable Polymers for Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering
Regeneration, a spontaneous response of bones in response to injuries, infections and fractures, is severely compromised in certain clinical circumstances. Unfortunately, several shortcomings are associated with the current ...
Nanostructured Hybrids with Engineered Interfaces for Efficient Electro, Photo and Gas Phase Catalytic Reactions
Catalysis using nanostructures has been a topic of substantial interest for fundamental studies and for practical applications in energy and environmental sectors. The growing demand for production of energy and in the ...
Development of Photoactive and Photoelectroactive Nanomaterials for Water Remediation
Water pollution has become an environmental catastrophe due to the rapid urbanization. The treatment of dumping of waste chemicals in water bodies has contributed to the increase in pollution. In addition to the pollution ...
Porous Antibacterial Membranes Derived from Polyethylene (PE)/Polyethylene Oxide (PEO) Blends and Engineered Nanoparticles
The steep rise in the contamination of natural water sources, has led to an increasing demand for alternate solutions to cater safe drinking water to mankind. Water treatment by separation technology utilizes semipermeable ...
Microporous Membranes Derived using Crystallisation Induced Phase Separation in PVDF/PMMA (Polyvinylidene Fluoride/ Polymethyl Methacrylate) Blends in Presence of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes
Segmental chain dynamics in polymer blends is a very important topic, not only from a fundamental point of view but also from technological applications. Because of the difficulties in the commercialization of new polymers, ...
Multielectron Bubbles : A Curved Two-dimensional Electron System in Confinement
Electrons are weakly attracted to liquid helium due to the small but finite polarizability of helium atoms. However, they cannot enter the liquid unless their energy is more than 1 eV, due to the Pauli exclusion principle. ...