Manohar D. Kengar, Amit A. Jadhav, Suraj B. Kumbhar, Rahul P. Jadhav
Manohar D. Kengar*, Amit A. Jadhav, Suraj B. Kumbhar, Rahul P. Jadhav
Rajarambapu College of Pharmacy, Kasegaon, Dist–Sangli, Maharashtra, India-415404.
Volume - 9,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2019
Nanoparticles are not solely a product of modern technology, but are also created by natural processes such as volcano eruptions or forest fires. Naturally occurring a noparticles also include ultrafine sand grains of mineral origin. To illustrate this more graphically, a nanometer has the same relation to a meter as the diameter of a hazelnut to the diameter of the Earth. In the framework of nanotechnology, the term “nano” refers almost exclusively to particle length. This means that those objects that extend in two dimensions from1 to several 100 nm are designated as nanoparticles. However, also includes filamentous objects such as nanotubes. Today they are contained in many products and used in various technologies. Most nanoproducts produced on an industrial scale are nanoparticles, although they also arise as by-products in the manufacture of other materials. Most applications require a precisely defined, narrow range of particle sizes (monodispersity). The nanoparticles used in various applications and characterization to used in medicine like using nanosilver and nanogold particle.
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Manohar D. Kengar, Amit A. Jadhav, Suraj B. Kumbhar, Rahul P. Jadhav. A Review on Nanoparticles and its Application. Asian J. Pharm. Tech. 2019; 9(2):115-124. doi: 10.5958/2231-5713.2019.00020.5