Index of Keywords

capsaicin

Solubilization of Capsaicin and Its Nanoemulsion Formation in the Sonication and Self-Assembly Processes

capsid

Quantitative Analysis of HBV Capsid Protein Geometry Based Upon Computational Nanotechnology

capture

Advanced Membrane Design for Improved Carbon Dioxide Capture

Car-Parrinello

Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study of the Pressure Induced Phase Transformations in Cristobalite

carbamate

Magnetic Field-Induced Cyclizations of Amino-Esters and -Carbonates Bound to Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

carbides

Synthesis of Nanostructures from Carbides Sheets

carbob nanotubes

Deagglomeration and Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes Using MicrofluidizerTM High Shear Fluid Processors

carbohydrate

Synthesis and Self-assembling Properties of Functionalized Glycolipids

Carbohydrate antigen 15.3

Ultrasensitive Protein Detection Using an Au/ZnO SPR-Based Biosensor

carbohydrate polymers

Minimal-dose cancer chemotherapy: Anti-cancer drugs loaded nanodevices towards time, site, and organ-specific releases for development of personalized nanomedicine

carbon

MonteCarlo Simulations of Carbon-based Structures Based on Extended Brenner Potential

Fabrication of Nanopipes using Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Templates and their Properties

Structural and Mechanical Properties of Double Wall Carbon Nanotubes

Supramolecular Self-assembly of Carbon Structures from Shungite Rock Using Only Water

Development of a Biologically Enhanced Carbon Nanotube Based Composite

Experimental Observation of Carbon and Carbon-Metal Nanotoroids and New Carbon-Metal Superstructures at Nanoscale

Direct observation of carbon nanostructures growth using in-situ ultrahigh vacuum transmission electron microscopy

Synthesis of fullerene nanotubes by liquid-liquid interfacial precipitation method in the system of C60-pyridine and isopropyl alcohol

Vertically aligned carbon nanowires (CNWs): Top-down approach using photolithography and pyrolysis

Molecular approach for the synthesis of supported nanoparticles on active carbon using noble metal clusters