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Radiofrequency Electric Field Heating of Conductive Media: Understanding Aqueous and Nanoparticle Heating Mechanisms and a Method for Heating Optimization
Use of radiofrequency (RF) electric fields coupled with nanoparticles to enhance non-invasive hyperthermia in cancer cells and tumors sparked debate over the RF heating mechanisms of nanoparticles and the role of salts in ...
Fullerene and Boron Nitride Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications
This thesis presents an evaluation of the potential of two new nanoparticles as biomedical agents, as well as an acid digestion method for exceptionally stable metal-doped nanoparticles, such as for the burgeoning field ...