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Nanoparticles are particles in the size range of 1 to 100nm. Due to their size and materials, they develop some unique properties that include optical properties, physical and chemical properties. These characterization of nanoparticles renders them applications in various fields of catalysis, imaging, medical applications, energy-based research, and environmental.

Nanoparticle Google scholar articles and other research manuscripts are collected in open access journals like Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences. These journals help researchers, scientists, academicians and medical industrialists to inculcate nanoparticles as a branch of research to make new discoveries and inventions.



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