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Magnetic And Electronic Nanomaterial And Its Applications - Mini Review

P. M. Díaz, A. U. Rao
Published 2018 · Materials Science

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Nanotechnology is a standout amongst the essential forms in material science. Because of the ultrasmall size, Nano-materials have special physical and chemical properties. In this review, we outlined and examined the current utilization of electronic and magnetic nanomaterials, including its applications. At this point, various philosophies for the functionalization of the physical properties with the characterization strategies are looked into. Hypothetical perspectives on the magnetic and electrical nano-particles are considered
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