Nanoparticles thesis by Belkis Killian - issuu

IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES AND THEIR TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS: IN VIVO AND IN VITRO STUDIES .

Synthesis and Study of Silver Nanoparticles.

Title of Talk:
Comparative study on the heating efficiency of CTAB coated superparamagnetic MnFe2O4, NiFe2O4 and ZnFe2O4 nanoparticles for Hyperthermia application

Phd thesis on nanoparticles - 100% Original

Title of Talk: Comparative study on the heating efficiency of CTAB coated superparamagnetic MnFe2O4, NiFe2O4 and ZnFe2O4 nanoparticles for Hyperthermia application

Abstract:
CTAB (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide) coated manganese ferrite (MnFe2O4), nickel ferrite (NiFe2O4) and zinc ferrite (ZnFe2O4) nanoparticles with crystallite sizes of 23 nm, 15 nm, and 28 nm respectively were successfully synthesized by a facile co-precipitation method. The presence of CTAB on the surface of the nanoparticles was confirmed by the Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) and Fourier Transform-Infrared spectrum (FT-IR). The magnetic study shows a high saturation magnetization of 46 emu/g (MnFe2O4), 59 emu/g (NiFe2O4) and 55 emu/g (ZnFe2O4) which indicates the Fe-O-Fe super-exchange interaction driven by the synergistic influence of magnetocrystalline anisotropy and cation distribution. The Field Cooling (FC) and Zero Field Cooling (ZFC) curves confirmed the superparamagnetic nature of all the samples. The induction heating study elucidates the efficiency of heat generation (>42°C) in all samples showing an exceptionally high specific absorption rate (SAR) of 480 Wg-1, 684 Wg-1, 586 Wg-1 at 2 mg/ml in which CTAB-NiFe2O4 nanoparticles shows the highest efficiency. This is attributed to the co-dependent factors: size, saturation magnetization and Neelian relaxation loss mechanism. This comparative study discussed on the collaborative influences of structural motifs and magnetic properties that engendered the effectiveness of heat generation making it viable for hyperthermia application.


Nanoparticles Drug Delivery Thesis Paper

Biography:
My name is Zahra and I have received a doctorate of pharmacy (Pharm.D) degree from Tabriz University of Medical Sciences. My thesis was about « Preparation of Dry Powder Inhalation of Erlotinib-Loaded Nanolipidic Carriers and Evaluation of Its Physicochemical and Biological Characteristics”. I'm interested in developing nanoparticle based drug delivery systems for treatment of cancer.

Universal Essay: Thesis Zno Nanoparticles Top Writers!

Biography:
Dr. Catherine Dendrinou-Samara is Professor and Director of Inorganic Chemistry Lab., Faculty of Chemistry, Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki, GREECE. She obtained her PhD thesis in 1992 from Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki while she was visiting Researcher at Inorganic Chemistry Lab of Freie Universitaet Berlin and The Manchester University, UK. Her research interest are on synthesis and characterization of a variety of inorganic compounds and materials ranging from mononuclear complexes to polynuclear one and farther to nanoscale particles that permits to investigate magnetic properties and biomedical applications. She works on controlled synthesis through wet chemical approach of magnetic spinel ferrite nanoparticles for Imaging Diagnostics (MRI) and Therapeutics (Drug carriers, Hyperthermia); Bioactivity of Cu-based nanoparticles and Bimettallic nanostructures. She has an h-index of 30 for 80 indexed publications, with >2600 citations(Scopus).

Thesis defence W. Jin: nanoparticles - TU Delft

Surface-modified Nanoparticles via Thermal and Cu(I)-Mediated "Click" Chemistry: Generation of luminescent CdSe Nanoparticles with Polar Ligands Guiding Supramolecular Recognition.

Nanoparticles Targeting Cancer Cells - UnderstandingNano

Abstract:
Lasienthra africanum (LA) leaf extract was employed for nano-silver synthesis. The reducing effect of the plant extract was investigated at different times, pH, temperatures and concentrations. The effect of various kinetic parameters was studied using UV–vis spectroscopy. Blue-shifted surface plasmon bands indicating smaller sized nanoparticles were obtained at neutral pH (6.8–7.0), temperature of 65◦C and concentration ratio of 1:10 (leaf extract: AgNO3) with increasing reaction times under the reaction conditions. The kinetics of the reaction followed pseudo-first- and -second-order rate equations, and was thermodynamically favoured at higher time. Spherically shaped nanoparticles were obtained at different reaction conditions.