Nanotechnology commercialization by Takuya Tsuzuki

By Takuya Tsuzuki

In phrases of commercialization, nanomaterials occupy a special position in nanotechnology. Engineered nanomaterials, specifically nanoparticulate fabrics, are the best region in nanotechnology commercialization. moreover, the nanomaterial zone has attracted even more heated debate than the other nanotechnology quarter in regards to safeguard, rules, standardization, and ethics. this can be the 1st e-book on nanotechnology commercialization that bargains solely with nanomaterials. It offers overviews of the present traits in, and the problems linked to, the commercialization of nanomaterials via a few of the most advantageous nanotechnology specialists of their fields.

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The lost energy is normally converted to heat. This effect is used for the hyperthermic treatment of cancer cells with nanoscale permanent magnets. In this treatment, magnetic nanoparticles are targeted to cancer cells and an alternating external magnetic field is applied to them. This makes the nano-magnet generate heat in the localised area around the cancer cells, resulting in the death of the cancer cells by overheating. The magnetic field required to cancel the overall magnetisation is called coercivity.

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