Green Plant Extract-Based Synthesis of Multifunctional Nanoparticles and their Biological Activities

Analytical Methods in the Characterization of Green Nanomaterials

Author(s): Seyed Morteza Naghib* and Hamid Reza Garshasbi *

Pp: 30-65 (36)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815179156123010003

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


A new class of diagnostic and therapeutic tools for various diseases has been made possible by advancements in polymeric nanoparticles as innovative nanomedicines. Although there are many benchtop studies in the nanoworld, their application to already marketed goods is still in its infancy. Problems with nanomedicine characterization cause this lack of transference, among other things. Three nanoscale characterization approaches may be distinguished: physicochemical property characterization, biological interactions of nanomaterials, and analytical characterization and purification procedures. Physical qualities may be assessed using a variety of methods in many situations. Choosing the best appropriate method is made more difficult by many advantages and disadvantages of each methodology; frequently, a combinatorial characterization approach is required. Scientists from many domains must find answers to the difficulties in reliable characterization of the nanomaterials after their fabrication and various systematic stages.

Keywords: Analytical methods, Characterization techniques, Green nanomaterials.

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