Iranian researchers from Amir Kabir University of Technology succeeded in the modification of a commercial type of membrane in fuel cells by using nanotubes.
- New DNA genosensor by synthesizing gold nanoparticles
- Improve anti corrosion properties by using zinc oxide nanoparticles
- Production of polysulfonic nanofiltration membranes
- Separation of Desulfurization Bacteria by magnetite magnetic nanoparticles
- Production of Nanobiocomposite Films for Foodstuff Packaging
Iranian researchers from Mazandaran University introduced a new DNA genosensor by synthesizing gold nanoparticles through chemical reduction method and producing carbon paste electrodes modified with the synthesized gold nanoparticles.
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Iranian researchers from Institute for Color Science and Technology produced a new type of coating with desirable anticorrosion properties by using zinc oxide nanoparticles to be used in automobile manufacturing industries.
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A group of Iranian researchers from Babol University of Technology succeeded in the production of polysulfonic nanofiltration membranes with desirable performance and high stability in non-aqueous media.
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Iranian researchers from National Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology used magnetite magnetic nanoparticles to separate desulfurization bacteria from the two-phase system of oil and water during a bio-desulfurization process and succeeded in the development of an effective technology to carry out the separation. 329.
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Iranian researchers used response level results and succeeded in the presentation of nanobiocomposite films that are appropriate for the packaging of foodstuff.
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