Monday, 18 March 2019 06:45

A student from the Department of Applied Sciences receives a PhD in Medical Applications of Nanoparticles

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Farah Abdul Karim Abdul Amir received a PhD from the Department of Applied Sciences at the University of Technology in Laser and Electro-Optics Technology for her thesis entitled:

Medical applications of laser nanoparticles prepared by laser

Medical Applications of Carbon Nanoparticles Prepared by Laser

The discussion committee was set up in the hall of the late Prof. Abdul Muttalib Ibrahim in the section. From Prof. Dr. Raed Abdel Wahab of the University of Technology as President of the University of Bassam Ghaleb from Nahrain University and Dr. Dunia Farid from the University of Baghdad, Dr. Ghassan Mohammed and Dr. Abdul Rahman Khafaf members.

Prof. Khawla Salah Khashan and Prof. Majed Sakhi Jaber supervisors and all from the University of Technology.

In this study, the production of nanotubes of carbon nanoparticles with nanoparticles compounded by the laser cutting technique of graphite and copper immersed in non-ionic water.

The images of the active electron microscope revealed the preparation of two types of carbon nanotubes: nanoparticles of spherical nanoparticles (20-90) nanometers and nanotubes of nanotubes at 45 nm width and 275 nm length with some spherical nanoparticles (12-6) nm when using laser energy density Small.

The optical properties of the prepared carbon nanoparticles showed that optical absorption was increased by increasing laser density with two broad bands around 210 and 305 nm.

The researcher said that there is no toxicity or side effects on the spleen, kidney, liver and lung tissue of animals mice after intraperitoneal injection with particles of nanoparticles prepared for 4 weeks.


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