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Organisation and dynamic of condensed matter - Significant facts


From Physics to Biology

Monday 24 November 2008 17:49

Back to previous menu From Physics to Biology Significant facts How carbon nanotubes interact with macrophages: what X-ray microfluorescence says to us C. Bussy, J. Cambedouzou, J. Doucet and P. Launois collaboration with S. Lanone et J. Boczkowski (INSERM). Nano lett., 8(9), 2659-2663(2008)



Nanotubes and nanohybrids

Monday 24 November 2008 17:27

Back to previous menu Nanotubes and nanohybrids Significant facts Dynamics of C60 fullerenes inside carbon nanotubes: “Eppur si muovono…” J. Cambedouzou, M. Chorro, P. Launois ; collaboration with S. Rols (ILL, Grenoble) Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 065507 (2008) Carbon nanotube based composites: X-ray scattering at the micrometer scale V. Pichot, M. Burghammer, S. Badaire, C. Zakri, C. Riekel, P. Poulin and P. Launois EuroPhysics Lett. 79, 46002 (2007) Polymerization of (...)


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