Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies

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Published by: Dorma Trading Est (10.47277)
Total articles ≅ 6

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Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies, Volume 1, pp 77-83; https://doi.org/10.47277/aanbt/1(3)83

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Phenol novolac epoxy resin is a polymer matter which its properties can be modified for industrial needs. In this research, nanocomposites of phenol novolac epoxy resin and unsaturated polyester are made nano Bentonite and silica nanoparticles as filler. For this purpose, effect of nanoparticles percent on nanocomposite formation is studied and their physical, mechanical and thermal properties are obtained. The presence of unsaturated polyester in this process forms a cross-link capable of improving the physical and mechanical properties of epoxy resin. Fracture behavior was determined by a SEM device. Moreover, TGA, DSC, impact tests and bending test were applied for data analysis. When process ability is growing, moisture absorption decreases. Fracture toughness was also evaluated in a stoichiometric network. Physical and mechanical properties improve significantly with increasing nanoparticles. The most important reason for using this nanocomposite is its high resistance to corrosion.
Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies, Volume 1, pp 72-76; https://doi.org/10.47277/aanbt/1(3)76

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Nano Fast Cement (NFC) is a nanocomposite with a short setting time for repairing root teeth canals as an alternative to Mineral Trioxide Aggregate. The downside of this new tooth restorative material is the poor workability and low compressive strength. In this study, polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), colloidal nano-silica, and hydroxyapatite nanoparticles were added to NFC to improve its physical, mechanical, and biocompatibility properties of NFC. The effects of the three additives on strength were determined. Experiments were designed based on the Taguchi method. The optimum contents of the three additives for the highest compressive strength, flexural strength were also obtained. The results showed that the most effective factor on the mechanical (compressive & flexural strength) properties of NFC is polyvinyl alcohol. Based on the Taguchi method, the optimal (highest value) of the mechanical property is obtained for PVA, nano-silica, and nano-hydroxyapatite contents of 6, .0.5, 0 Wt.%.
Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies, Volume 1, pp 28-32; https://doi.org/10.47277/aanbt/1(2)32

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In this study epoxy phenol novalac resin which consists of silica nanoparticles and unsaturated poly ester resin linked to the Silane and cross linking to that structure and also parameters affecting the processes involved have been evaluated. Cross linking in phenol novalac epoxy resins effects on many properties such as thermal, electrical, mechanical and chemical attributes especially in elevated temperatures. Silane cross-linking’s in phenol novalac epoxy resin with respect to other methods like proxiding, irradiation and utilization of Azo compounds, looks to be a very simple and low cost route, which makes it very encouraging for various industries. Unsaturated poly ester resin is compatible with phenol novalac epoxy resin and also creates some cross-linking and as far as tri methoxy Silane is added to the mentioned resin, its thermal, physical and mechanical properties are optimized. In this literature impact, tension, glass transition temperature, humidity absorption, FTIR and Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) tests were done and the results revealed that as the cross-linking occurs, tension in rupture region increases. This increase is more common at elevated temperatures. The growth in content of silica nanoparticles leads to a drop in water permeability of phenol novalac epoxy resin nanocomposite which contains unsaturated poly ester resin.
Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies, Volume 1, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.47277/aanbt/1(1)4

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Todays, researchers are challenging with manufacturing polymeric nanocomposites reinforced with ceramic particles due to two inherent properties of ceramic reinforcement particles, particle agglomeration and incompatibility between hydrophilic ceramic particles and hydrophobic polymeric matrix. So in this study, we used nano-Hydroxyapatite (n-HA) as ceramic material and Stearic acid as amphiphilic material for coating n-HA, hydroxysteric acid (SA) surfactant was used for surface coating particles between the hydrophilic HA powders and the hydrophobic polymers. The surface modification and effect of this method were evaluated by by Fourier transformation infrared (FTIR), x-ray diffractometer (XRD), thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA) and Scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The result of FTIR showed that n-HA surfaces were modified successfully and the modification method had the proper grafting amount according to TGA due to this method of modification will be proper for coating reinforcement particles in polymeric matrix.
Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies, Volume 1, pp 5-9; https://doi.org/10.47277/aanbt/1(1)9

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One nanomaterial that is having an early impact in health care product is nano-silver. Silver has been used for the treatment of medical ailments for over 100 years due to its natural antibacterial and antifungal properties. The nano silver particles typically measure 25nm. They have extremely large relatively surface area, increasing their contact with bacteria or fungi, and vastly improving its bactericidal and fungicidal effectiveness. The nano silver when in contact with bacteria and fungus will adversely affect cellular metabolism and inhibit cell growth. The nano silver suppresses respiration, basal metabolism of electron transfer system, and transport of substrate in the microbial cell membrane. The nano silver inhibits multiplication and growth of those bacteria and fungi which cause infection, odor, itchiness and sores. Nano Silver can be applied to range of other healthcare products such as dressings for burns, scald, skin donor and recipient sites; acne and cavity wounds; and female hygiene products – panty liners, sanitary towels and pants.
Advances in Applied NanoBio-Technologies, Volume 1, pp 20-27; https://doi.org/10.47277/aanbt/1(1)27

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Cloud Point Extraction (CPE) as an effective method for pre-concentration and separation of cadmium from aqueous solution is widely utilized. This study involves a surfactant mediated CPE procedure in order to remove cadmium from waste water using Polythiophene nanoparticle and Triton X- 100 as a non – ionic surfactant. Polythiophene – coated iron nanoparticles was successfully synthesized with novel method and as a super magnetic nano-particles (MNPs) for cadmium removal from aqueous solution was evaluated. Polythophene nano-particles emulsifying method have been synthesized and fabricated. Fabricated nano-particle was characterized by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), and analysed transmission electron microscopy (SEM). Effects of pH, buffer volume, extraction time, temperature, amount of nano-particle were essentially investigated. To reach in optimum conditions, related experiments were replicated and accomplished as well. For removal of cadmium by CPE approach the optimization conditions were gained at pH = 7 , volume of buffer acid 1.5 millilitre , electrolyte concentration (NaCl) of 10 -3 mole L-1 , Trinton concentration 5 %, cloud point temperature 80 0 C , extraction time 40 minutes, and 5 mg of modified polythiophene nano-particle. The calibration graph was liner with a correlation coefficient of 0. 9984 and represents appropriate liner correlation with an amount and concentration. The results revealed that 5 gram of modified nanoparticle can significantly increase the efficiency of cadmium removal.
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