We have developed an adiabatic compression method for producing nanomaterials. The main benefits are: monodispersity, very high purity (depends only on the purity of precursors), low energy consumption and possibility to produce new nanomaterials and compounds that were not produced before.
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By modifying cellulose fibers and applying thin chemical coating,researchers created a new type of paper that repels a wide range of liquids.Using nanometer and micron-scale structures and a surface fluorocarbon,the advanced paper could be used for inexpensive biomedical diagnostics,where liquid samples flow along patterns printed on the paper using special hydrophobic ink.With appropriate reagents,could the technology show the presence of diseases?
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