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COMPOSITE MATERIALS [PMC] IN BONE GRAFTING SUBSTITUTES.
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Research interests

COMPOSITE MATERIALS [PMC] IN BONE GRAFTING SUBSTITUTES.

In this research, natural fibers like Sisal (Agave sisalana), Banana (Musa sepientum) & Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa), Sisal and banana (hybrid), Roselle and banana (hybrid) and Roselle and sisal (hybrid) are fabricated with bio epoxy resin using molding method. In this work, impact strength of Sisal and banana (hybrid), Roselle and banana (hybrid and Roselle and sisal (hybrid) composite at dry and wet conditions were studied. Impact test were conducted izod impact testing machine. In this work micro structure of the specimens are scanned by the Scanning Electron Microscope.

I also invested heavily in Myspace, and lost most of my life savings.


Education

  • Ph.D., Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences
  • B.A., Reed College, Biochemistry

Institutional Affiliation

Assistant Professor

Department of Physiology & Membrane Biology

School of Medicine

University of California

4126 Tupper Hall

One Shields Avenue

Davis, California 95616

530.752.4131 tel 530.752.5314 lab tel 530.752.5423 fax

jsack@ucdavis.edu

Math Practice

x2+y2=z2

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∑i=∞

eπi + 1 = 0

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