Properties and vapour permeation through polymer composites with carbon nanotubes and biocompatibility of polymer nanoparticles
Polymer composites filled by carbon nanotubes have the potential for becoming a suitable material in many advanced applications. Consequently, the studies on their properties aim to specify optimal limits and fields of their use.
Nanoparticles have emerged as significant carriers of small amount of pharmaceutics transported through the body circulatory system into the individual cells of tissue. Biocompatibility of nanoparticles is studied from the view point of their damage and interaction with red and white blood cells and the effect on blood flow and rheological properties of blood.