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Your Environment. Your Health.

Details for High Impact Journal

Superfund Research Program

Advanced Materials (impact factor: 25.809)

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2007

  • Liu X, Gurel V, Morris D, Murray DW, Zhitkovich A, Kane AB, Hurt RH. 2007. Bioavailability of nickel in single-wall carbon nanotubes. Advanced Materials 19:2790-96.

2006

  • Yan A, Lau BW, Weissman BS, Kulaots I, Yang NY, Kane AB, Hurt RH. 2006. Biocompatible, hydrophilic, supramolecular carbon nanoparticles for cell delivery. Advanced Materials 18:2373-78. doi:10.1002/adma.200600838

2001

  • Chin V, Collins BE, Sailor MJ, Bhatia SN. 2001. Compatibility of primary hepatocytes on nanoporous silicon. Advanced Materials 13(24):1877-1880.
  • Gardner E, Huntoon KM, Pinnavaia TJ. 2001. Direct synthesis of alkoxide – intercalated derivatives of hydrotalcite - like layered double hydroxides: precursors for the formation of colloidal LDH suspensions and transparent thin films. Advanced Materials 13:1263.

1997

  • Mercier L, Pinnavaia TJ. 1997. Access in mesoporous materials: advantages of a uniform pore structure in the design of a heavy metal ion adsorbent for environmental remediation. Advanced Materials 9:500-503.
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