An Overview on Nanoparticles
Nanoparticles are of great interest for a wide variety of applications in the field of information, energy, environmental and medical technologies due to their unique properties determined primarily by size, composition and structure along with their self-organized film structures. For the past few years, there has been a considerable research on the basis of Novel drug delivery system, using particulate vesicle systems as such drug carriers for small and large molecules. Nanoparticles have been modifying the therapeutic effect of drugs and minimize the side effects. Basically, Nanoparticles have been prepared by using various techniques as such Gas Condensation, Vacuum Deposition and Vaporization, Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) and Chemical Vapor Condensation (CVC) along with evaluations of nanoparticles.
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