Application of Biomaterials and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) in Nanomedicine and Nanodentistry
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- Computational Finite Element Methods in Nanotechnology, 2013, 1, pp. 373 - 399
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'Nanostructured materials' refer to certain materials that have delicate structures and sizes that fall within the range of 1100 nm. As a consequence of this size, an extensive development of nanotechnology has taken place in the !elds of materials science and engineering in the past decade. Yet, such developments have not come as a surprise, when it is appreciated that these nanostructured materials have the ability to be adapted and integrated into biomedical devices. This is possible because most biological systems, including viruses, membranes and protein complexes, exhibit natural nanostructures.
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