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UNLABELLED Carbon-based nanomaterials including carbon nanotubes, graphene oxide, fullerenes and nanodiamonds are potential candidates for various applications in medicine such as drug delivery and imaging. However, the successful translation of nanomaterials for biomedical applications is predicated on a detailed understanding of the biological(More)
MWCNT buckypaper (BP) shows physico-chemical and mechanical properties that make it potentially useful as a substrate in nano-bio interface research including in tissue engineering. When used as a scaffold material, BP comes into contact with host cells and surrounding tissues; therefore it is critical to determine its biocompatibility and interaction with(More)
Composite materials based on epoxy resin filled with various kinds of graphite particles: exfoliated graphite (EG), natural graphite, and coarse, medium and fine artificial graphites have been prepared. The dielectric permittivity strongly increases with graphite particle size. This effect is related to the distance of the investigated filler concentrations(More)
Epoxy matrix-based composite materials filled with various carbon additives, such as natural, artificial and exfoliated graphites (EGs), activated carbons, and thick graphene, were fabricated. Results of their broadband dielectric spectroscopy in wide frequency range, from a few hertz to a few terahertz are reported. The lowest percolation threshold (below(More)
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