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Due to their high adsorption capacities, carbon-based nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, activated carbons, fullerene and graphene are widely used as the currently most promising functional materials. Since its discovery in 2004, graphene has exhibited great potential in many technological fields, such as energy storage materials, supercapacitors,(More)
Anticancer drugs such as biological therapeutic proteins and peptides are used for treatment of a variety of tumors. However, their wider use has been hindered by their poor bioavailability and the uncontrollable sites of action in vivo. Cancer nano-therapeutics is rapidly progressing, which is being applied for solving some limitations of conventional drug(More)
Due to natural and production activities, mercury contamination has become one of the major environmental problems over the world. Mercury contamination is a serious threat to human health. Among the existing technologies available for mercury pollution control, the adsorption process can get excellent separation effects and has been further studied. This(More)
As an incomplete renal replacement for the patients with either acute or chronic renal failure, membrane-based hemodialysis therapy is progressing rapidly. However, the mortality and morbidity remain unacceptably high. Much effort has been put into improving the biocompatibility of the hemodialysis membranes. To effectively remove small solutes and 'middle(More)
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