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What are nanomaterials?

Nanomaterials are materials with particle sizes typically below 100 nanometers and are used in various industries.

Nanomaterials have different physical and chemical characteristics compared to larger particles. For example, their high surface-to-volume ratio allows them to exhibit new and unique behaviors. Additionally, due to their small dimensions, nanoparticles can be used in the production of products with specific properties.

What are nanomaterials used for?

For example, Nanomaterialsare used in the textile industry to enhance antibacterial properties. They also have numerous applications in the oil industry as lubricants. Additionally, they are widely used in the rubber manufacturing industry, fertilizer production, livestock and poultry industries, and the cosmetics industry to increase efficiency.

The use of Nanomaterials is prevalent in various industries including electronics, medicine, aerospace, corrosion prevention, energy, and the environment. In the electronics industry, Nanomaterials are used to take advantage of their unique electronic properties for creating smaller and more powerful electronic components.

The types of nanomaterials are:

Some of the available and presentable Nanomaterials are as follows:
– Various porous and non-porous nanosilica.
– Various titanium oxide nanoparticles.
– Nano iron and nano iron oxide.
– Nano aluminum oxide.
– Nano zinc oxide.
– Nano copper oxide.
– Nano magnesium oxide.
– Nano tungsten oxide.
– Single-walled and multi-walled carbon nanotubes.
– Nano zirconium oxide.
– Nano silver and nano gold.
– Nano montmorillonite.
– Nano chitosan.
– Nano cobalt oxide.
– Nano chromium oxide.
– Nano cerium oxide.
– Nano nickel oxide.
– Nano calcium carbonate.
– Nano lead oxide.
– Nano molybdenum oxide.
– Nano molybdenum disulfide.
– Nano boron nitride.
– Various graphene types: single-layer and multi-layered.
– Reduced graphene nanoplatelets.
– Carbon black and activated carbon nanoparticles.
– Nano manganese oxide.
– Nano lanthanum oxide.
– Nanosized zeolite.
– Carbon fiber and cellulose fiber nanoparticles.
– Yttrium oxide nanoparticles.
– Calcium oxide nanoparticles.
– Metal powders and metal alloy composites nanoparticles.
– Boron carbide, tungsten carbide, silicon carbide, and titanium carbide nanoparticles.

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