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To explore whether calibrated IMA might be a clinically useful alternative to HDL-C measurements, we compared HDL-P in control participants (n = 40) and participants with severe carotid cerebrovascular disease (CCVD; n = 40), a major risk factor for stroke.
The XRD pattern of CNTs grown by the CCVD technique is shown in Figure 2.
It is reported that the most effective catalysts for CCVD growth of CNTs are known to be iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), and Nickel (Ni) [8].
CCVD technology begins with a low-vapor-pressure coating solution that is atomized into a mist and dried and simultaneously cured with a flame.
This Center for Core Values Development (CCVD) would build a core values architecture that directs integrated training and education across the entire Air Force.
The MWCNTs were manufactured via the catalytic chemical vapor deposition (CCVD) process using a NANOCYL NC7000[TM] (NANOCYL SA, Belgium).
Catalytic carbon vapor deposition (CCVD) process-synthesized thin purified MWNTs were obtained from Nanocyl SA, Belgium (NC 3100; thin multi-wall carbon nanotubes, D = 9.5 nm, L = 1.5 [micro]m, purity > 95% as per manufacturer; [I.sub.D]/[I.sub.G] = 1.18, from Raman spectroscopic analysis; elemental analysis showed the presence of oxygen along with carbon on the MWNTs surface; average diameter ~9.9 nm from TEM analysis).
The fillers, NC7000[TM], used in the current research are thin multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) produced via the Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD) process by NANOCYL[R], Belgium.
Catalytic carbon vapor deposition (CCVD) synthesized thin MWNTs were obtained from Nanocyl S.A., Belgium (NC 7000, average diameter: ~9.5 nm, average length: ~1.5 pm, surface area: 250-300 [m.sup.2] [g.sup.-1], carbon purity: 90%; as per manufacturer specifications).
Currently, three major methods have been developed in the manufacture of CNTs: arc-discharge, laser-ablation, and catalyzed chemical vapor deposition (CCVD) (Baddour and Briens 2005).
First type of nanomaterial investigated in research was CCVD grown oligowalled carbon nanotubes, commercially available from Cheap Tubes Inc.
NANOCYL[TM] NC3150 series thin MWNTs are produced via the catalytic carbon vapor deposition (CCVD) process.