NOVELTY – The method involves pre-treating the substrate, drying pre-treated substrate, adding dried substrate into a chemical vapor deposition reactor, and heating the substrate in a chemical vapor deposition system. The surface of the substrate is cleaned, and then coated with a solution containing nickel nitrate, acetone and castor oil. The surface of the substrate is further coated with solution containing polyaniline and N-dimethylformamide. USE – Method for manufacturing carbon nanotubes and nanofibers used for treating malaria and cancer (all claimed). ADVANTAGE – The method enables improving the pharmacological quality of therapeutic molecule used for producing materials consisting of plastic, resin or ceramic, where mechanical resistance and electrical conductivity of the plastic tubes are significantly increased.
A97 (Miscellaneous goods not specified elsewhere – including papermaking, gramophone records, detergents, food and oil well applications.); B06 (Inorganics – including fluorides for toothpastes etc.); E36 (Non-metallic elements, semi-metals (Se, Te, B, Si) and their compounds (except for E35).)