Interaction of Tryptophan Single Amino Acid Derived Nanotubes with Copper Nanoparticles Study Through Microscopic Tool
The study of interaction of self-assembled tryptophan (Try) single amino acid derived nanotubes (BTTryNTs) with copper nanoparticles (Cu NPs) has been carried through microscopic tool. The characterization techniques: AFM, HR-SEM, HR-TEM, and XRD are used to understand the nature of synthesized BTTryNTs. Identification of possible interactions and surface morphological changes of [email protected] is studied using the above characterization methods. Microscopic tool is an inevitable application for the understanding of wide areas of science and biotechnologies, including chemical analysis, molecular dynamics, and drug delivery system.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2018
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