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In addition, the produced hydroxyapatite/alumina nanocomposite has homogenous structure, which has good effect on the behavior of cells and their connections due to increasing the ratio of surface to volume.
The problem of surface contamination of chips of metal is greater given their high surface to volume ratio.
The high surface to volume ratio of nanomaterials can result, for instance, in key differences between them and their bulk counterparts in thermo-physical properties, such as melting points and the amount of heat required for formation.
But cubic membranes, as periodic minimal surfaces, partition space with the maximum ratio of surface to volume.
Iron oxide nanoparticles have very high ratio of surface to volume.
The main problem is the large surface to volume ratio of micron size silicon particles in the kerf loss, leading to formation of SiO2 having a detrimental effect on the crystallisation.
This is due to minimal density difference between inclusions and molten aluminum, and high surface to volume ratio of the inclusions.
The most important advantage of manganese oxide nanoparticles is increasing the ratio of surface to volume in materials in bulk form.