Czechia – e15.cz, Czech scientists have discovered a method of cheap production of nanofibrate and other materials that are useful for highly sensitive diagnostics of cancer.
A scientific article by Petr Kigler, an employee of the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Macromolecular Chemistry Institute of the Chrysian Academy of Sciences, has been published in the Natural Communication.
According to the portal, these nanoparticles are used in diagnostics and nanomedicine and are made of synthetic graphite at high temperatures and temperatures. However, pure nano-diamonds are not suitable for these purposes. This way, the crystal lattice should be damaged to create specific defects that will allow the optical readability first.
This damage is often caused by an inadequate method of irradiation with rapid ion absorption in nanoprotective particle accelerators. However, a group of Czech scientists created a new method of radiation in a nuclear reactor where neutron boron atoms are divided into light and fast flying ions of helium and lithium.
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This kind of radiation has high density and high power. Therefore, according to the portal, tens of grams of rare nanomaterials can be cheaper and more expensive, which is more than a thousand times more expensive than the radiation prepared by the accelerator. However, this new method works not only on the nanomaterial grid failure, but also on silicon carbide. According to scientists, this method can be universal and extensive.