Volumetric nanodesign by new laser method. Application for medical purposes
A new method of laser manufacturing of quasi-periodic nanocompositions from the CNT-protein solution under the laser irradiation has been developed. The topography of such carbon nanotube composite material was investigated with making use of atomic-force microscopy.
Key wordsprotein albumin carbon nanotube laser
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