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Carbon Nanotubes for Biomedical Engineering

03/04/2009 10:36 PM

hi

im a student in biomedical mechanical engineering and i have to do a presentation concerning applications of carbon nanotubes for bone tissue engineering, and need more sources, anyone can suggest a book or a useful article? thank you in advance

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Re: Carbon Nanotubes for Biomedical Engineering

03/06/2009 5:57 PM

Heres one: IMPLANT

Another: IMPLANT@

How's your french?

http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=16326780

Watch chemical interactions with other implant materials especially metals. (electrochemical issues)

You may say, milo, these aren't about nano carbon, they are about carbon fiber. TO which I would say thats right.But carbon regardless of scale has atomic mass of 12 and 4 open electrons (bonds) so while there may certainly be scale effects due to size, (nano) the bulk properties make a great first round sort... GReta research assignment good luck. Let us know how it goes.

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Re: Carbon Nanotubes for Biomedical Engineering

03/25/2009 4:11 AM

thank you very much for the links! i'll try to argue with my prof about the carbone fibers-nano concept i'll let u know how it goes hopfully ...thanks again for ur help

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03/27/2009 8:17 AM
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