Nanomaterials are materials with at minimum one exterior dimension of 100 nanometres or internal structures of 100 nanometers or less. Nanoparticles, nanotubes, rods, and Nanofilaments are some examples. Nanomaterials with the same content as known materials in the compound state may have distinct physical and chemical characteristics and react differently in the body than the same substances in bulk form. As a result, they may pose a variety of risks. Accumulated nanomaterials must also be considered in this perspective, as they may have qualities comparable to single nanoparticles, especially if they have a disproportionately high surface area for a given quantity of material.

  • Biocomposites made of new magnetic-carbon materials
  • Biosensors and Metallic Nanoparticles
  • Nanocomposites of Industrial Relevance
  • Multiferroic Materials with Thin Films and Nanostructures


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