International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology

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Nano science is one of the most important research in modern science. Nanotechnology is beginning to allow scientists, engineers, chemists, and physicians to work at the molecular and cellular levels to produce important advances in the life sciences and healthcare. The use of nanoparticle [NP] materials offers major advantages due to their unique size and physicochemical properties. Because of the widespread applications of magnetic nanoparticles [MNPs] in biotechnology, biomedical, material science, engineering, and environmental areas, much attention has been paid to the synthesis of different kinds of MNPs. Real uses of nanostructured materials in life sciences are uncommon at the present time. However, the excellent properties of these materials provide a very promising future for their use in this field. Nanoclusters are ultrafine particles of nanometer dimensions located between molecules and microscopic structures (micron size). Viewed as materials, they are so small that they exhibit characteristics that are not observed in larger structures (even 100 nm); viewed as molecules, they are so large that they provide access to realms of quantum behavior that are not otherwise accessible. In this size, many recent advances have been made in biology, chemistry, and physics. The preparation of monodisperse-sized Nano crystals is very important because the properties of these nanocrystals depend strongly on their dimensions .The preparation of monodisperse-sized nanocrystals with controllable sizes is very important to characterize the size-dependent physicochemical properties of Nano crystals. Industrial applications of magnetic nanoparticles cover a broad spectrum of magnetic recording media and biomedical applications, for example, magnetic resonance contrast media and therapeutic agents in cancer treatment. Each potential application of the magnetic nanoparticles requires having different properties. For example, in data storage applications, the particles need to have a stable, switchable magnetic state to represent bits of information that are not affected by temperature fluctuations.

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