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1. Polymer Nanocomposites with Different Types of Nanofiller

By Amanda Dantas de Oliveira and Cesar Augusto Gonçalves Beatrice

Part of book: Nanocomposites - Recent Evolutions

2. Mechanical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes-Polymer Composites

By Lixing Dai and Jun Sun

Part of book: Carbon Nanotubes - Current Progress of their Polymer Composites

3. Nanotoxicity: Exploring the Interactions Between Carbon Nanotubes and Proteins

By Guanghong Zuo, Haiping Fang and Ruhong Zhou

Part of book: Carbon Nanotubes - Growth and Applications

4. Carbon Nanotube Supercapacitors

By Wen Lu and Liming Dai

Part of book: Carbon Nanotubes

5. Carbon Nanotube-Based Polymer Composites: Synthesis, Properties and Applications

By Waseem Khan, Rahul Sharma and Parveen Saini

Part of book: Carbon Nanotubes - Current Progress of their Polymer Composites

6. Carbon Nanotubes Interconnects for Nanoelectronics Circuits

By A.G. Chiarello, A. Maffucci, G. Miano and F. Villone

Part of book: Carbon Nanotubes

7. Carbon Nanotubes - A Potential Material for Affinity Biosensors

By Vepa K. Rao, S. Suresh, Mukesh K. Sharma, Ajay Gupta and R. Vijayaraghavan

Part of book: Carbon Nanotubes - Growth and Applications

8. Natural Fibers for Sustainable Bio-Composites

By Tri-Dung Ngo

Part of book: Natural and Artificial Fiber-Reinforced Composites as Renewable Sources

9. Dental Nanomaterials

By Seyed Shahabeddin Mirsasaani, Maedeh Hajipour Manjili and Nafiseh Baheiraei

Part of book: Advances in Diverse Industrial Applications of Nanocomposites

10. Waste and Recycled Textiles as Reinforcements of Building Materials

By Patricia Peña Pichardo, Gonzalo Martínez-Barrera, Miguel Martínez- López, Fernando Ureña-Núñez and Liliana I. Ávila-Córdoba

Part of book: Natural and Artificial Fiber-Reinforced Composites as Renewable Sources