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Home > Press > Iran's Material, Energy Research Center to Hold Specialized Congress on Electrophoresis

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Deposition of nanomaterials by using electrophoresis and applications of electrophoresis in industry and technology are due to go under discussion in a specialized congress to be held in Iran's Material, Energy Research Center on December 14.

Iran's Material, Energy Research Center to Hold Specialized Congress on Electrophoresis

Tehran, Iran | Posted on August 29th, 2011

Among the objectives of the congress, mention can be made of:

- Introducing the capabilities of electrophoresis deposition to the industrialists;
- Exchanging ideas between the specialists active in this field;
- Becoming acquainted with the latest scientific achievements in the field of electrophoresis;
- Extending the scientific-research cooperation between research, industrial, and academic centers in this field.

Electrophoresis includes the movement of every charged particle under an electrical field. This method is used for the deposition of ceramic and metal particles suspended in liquid or for the separation and classification of biological particles or particles suspended in the air (due to the opposite electrical forces imposed to them). This method has many applications in materials engineering (ceramic and metallurgy), physics, chemistry, medicine and biology.

Researchers, experts and university students in the related fields of study can submit their papers to the secretariat of the congress until the end of the working hours of October 21.

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