Superparamagnetic Composite-Based GO/rGO for the Multimode Biomedical Applications
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Graphene oxide/reduced graphene oxide (GO/rGO)-based nanomaterials are fast emerging materials due to their unique structure and excellent mechanical, optical and electrical properties that can exploit for many important applications. In the present chapter, we will highlight the different types and physical properties of superparamagnetic composite-based GO/rGO, especially for various biomedical applications.
KeywordsSuperparamagnetic nanocomposites Go/rGo-based materials Magnetic resonance imaging Drug delivery Gene therapy
H. Anwar is grateful to the Pakistan Science Foundation for funding under the project PSF-NSF/Eng/P-UAF (05).
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