Cluster Science and Nanotoxicology

The branch of nanotoxicology deals with the study relating to the toxicity of the nano materials, as it is imperative to know that how toxic a nano material is before using it for various applications. The effects and impacts on human health also needs to be assessed accordingly. The field of nanotoxicology has been growing fast, and literature reviews show that the results are not only numerous but also exciting.

Nanoclusters represent a group of nanoparticles having at least one nanoscale dimension and size distribution within a narrow range. They may be composed of the single atom of an element or combinations of atoms of different atom in stoichiometric ratios. The forces that hold these atoms together can be covalent, ionic, metallic, van der Waals forces, or hydrogen bonds. This difference in types of bonding forces involved is the basis of differentiation among the different clusters.

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