Nanomaterials for 3D Printing, Anti-cancer Therapy, Patterning of Electronic Devices, and Catalysis of Nitroarene Hydrogenation

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  • Report
  • 15 pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This issue of Nanotech TOE describes advancements and innovations in nanomaterials. The innovations are related to 3D printing in water, a novel catalyst for more cost-efficient synthesis of common chemicals, an anti-cancer therapy, and supercapacitors. In addition, the issue describes a novel method of building nanomaterials into electronic devices.

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Recent Innovations in Nanomaterials
  • Method of Synthesis of Recyclable Nickel-based Nanocatalyst for Hydrogenation Reaction of Nitroarenes.
  • Technique to Build-in Nanomaterials into Electronic Devices
  • Nanoparticles Loaded with Curcumin for Anti-cancer Therapy
  • Eco-friendly, Four-in-one Catalyst for Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Photoinitiator for Water-based 3D Printing Applications
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