Oral administration of CuO NPs

In vivo studies indicate that oral administration of CuO NPs induces oxidative stress, enhanced ROS generation, inflammation, apoptosis, and histopathological alterations in various organs, such as the liver, kidney, stomach, and bone marrow. In mice exposed to NPs via inhalation, CuO NPs induced pulmonary inflammation, apoptosis, generation of ROS, and fibrosis. In rats, cytotoxicity, pulmonary inflammation, and toxicity response were also observed after CuO NP inhalation. Pietrofesa et al. Rep


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What is calcium hexaboride?The oxidation process of calcium hexaboride (CaB6) ceramic powder was investigated systematically in this paper. The CaB6 powder samples were heated continuously from room temperature to 1473 K at a heating rate of 10 K/min using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). The oxidation tests were conducted at different exposure temperatures, and the phases and morphologies of the samples before and after exposure were analyzed using X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning e


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What is boron powder?Boron powder is a brown powder. Relative density 1. 73; The melting point is 2190 ℃, and the boiling point is 3660 ℃. It is not affected by water, bromine, and chlorine at a certain temperature. "Unburned boron is soluble in hot nitric acid, sulfuric acid, and molten metals such as iron, magnesium, and aluminum, and is insoluble in water.". The conductivity is low at room temperature and high at high temperatures. Doping trace carbon can increase conductivity. Contact with h

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