Nanodiamides synthesized synthetically from graphite at high pressure and high temperature are used for diagnosis and nano medicine. However, since pure nanodiamonds can not be used for this purpose, the crystal lattice must first be damaged in order to cause certain optical readability.
The first Nobel Prize is the winner. The scientists Alison and Hondo got it for the development of special cancer therapies.
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Irradiation of fast ions to nanodiamonds in particle accelerators is the most costly and ineffective because it causes the most damage but can not produce more material. A team of scientists announced a new method of irradiating the reactor.
They exploited the way in which atomized boron atoms in the reactor were decomposed in neutron radiation for light and fast flying ions of helium and lithium with the same effect of controlled crystal formation, such as the same ions produced by the accelerator.
However, since the shower is dense and can handle much more material in the reactor, it is cheaper to manufacture tens of grams of rare nanomaterials at more than a thousand times the radiation of the accelerator.
This year's prestigious grant was awarded to five young Czech scientists. It is the best result in 10 years.
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In addition, this method is successful in silicon carbide as well as in the production of nanodiamond lattices. According to scientists, it can be used universally on a large scale.
Nanomedicine is defined as the use of nanoscience and nanostructures to monitor, repair, configure and control human biological systems at the molecular level.
It is a developmental stage in molecular medicine and biotechnology. Nanotechnology typically processes objects 10 to 9 meters in nanometers.