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Advanced Hybrid Nanomaterials For Various Application: A Comprehensive Overview

Nitu Singh and S. P Singh


Advanced hybrid nanomaterials, which is a combination of two or more nanoparticles means composed of both inorganic and organic components, in which have recently been examined as promising platforms for imaging and therapeutic and many more nano applications used for various fields. The current scenario of nanomaterials growing demand of new materials with similar physicochemical properties has activated hybrid materials to a position of prominence in materials science by quality of their remarkable new properties and multifunctional nature. The hybrid nanomaterials to be discussed fall into two main categories, graphene-based nanomaterials and metal nanoparticles. The synthesis routes for advanced hybrid nanomaterials and their acquired hybrid structures and hybrid nanomaterials are beneficial for their extensive applications.
In this review article author summarized the hybrid nanomaterials in specific technological applications, ranging from electronics and energy to aerospace, biomedical engineering, and environmental sensing, sensing applications, solar-cell, photocatalytic, cancer drug delivery.

Keywords: Hybrid nanomaterial, gas sensor, optical sensor, Hybrid anti-cancer nanoparticles etc.

Posted in Volume 5, Issue No. 3 (July-September 2023)

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