Aharon Gedanken

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  • Kurikka V. P. M. Shafi, Yuri Koltypin, +4 authors Israel Felner
  • 1997
Nanosized amorphous NiFe 2 O 4 powder was prepared by sonochemical decomposition of solutions of volatile organic precursors, Fe(CO) 5 and Ni(CO) 4 , in decalin at 273 K, under an oxygen pressure of 100-150 kPa. The amorphous nature of these particles was confirmed by various techniques, such as SEM, TEM, electron microdiffraction, and X-ray diffractograms.(More)
The ability of bacteria to colonize catheters is a major cause of infection. In the current study, catheters were surface-modified with MgF(2) nanoparticles (NPs) using a sonochemical synthesis protocol described previously. The one-step synthesis and coating procedure yielded a homogenous MgF(2) NP layer on both the inside and outside of the catheter, as(More)
1 H and 13 C NMR spectra were recorded in deuterated solvents, such as CD 2 Cl 2 , on a Bruker DPX 250 and a Bruker DRX 500 spectrometer , using the proton or carbon signal of the solvent as an internal standard. The thermolysis reactions were carried out in sealed quartz tubes in a temperature controlled electromagnetic oven. SEM measurements were(More)
Antibiotic resistance has prompted the search for new agents that can inhibit bacterial growth. Moreover, colonization of abiotic surfaces by microorganisms and the formation of biofilms is a major cause of infections associated with medical implants, resulting in prolonged hospitalization periods and patient mortality. In this study we describe a(More)
This work describes a general method for the preparation of salt nanoparticles (NPs) made from an aqueous solution of ionic compounds (NaCl, CuSO(4) and KI). These nanoparticles were created by the application of ultrasonic waves to the aqueous solutions of these salts. When the sonication was carried out in the presence of a glass microscope slide, a(More)
Much effort has been devoted to the design of effective biomaterials for nerve regeneration. Here, we report the novel use of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) as regenerative agents to promote neuronal growth. We grew neuroblastoma cells on surfaces coated with AgNPs and studied the effect on the development of the neurites during the initiation and the(More)
The oxidation of cyclohexane with molecular oxygen in the presence of isobutyraldehyde catalyzed by nanostructured iron and cobalt oxides and iron oxide supported on titania has been studied. It was found that highly dispersed transition metal oxide is more effective for oxidation than the corresponding zero-valent metal powders. Nanostructured cobalt oxide(More)
Sonochemistry has become a well-known technique for fabricating nanomaterials. Since one of the advantages of nanomaterials is that they have higher chemical activities compared with particles in the bulk form, efforts are being made to produce nano organic compounds with enhanced biological activities that could be exploited in the medical area. This study(More)