By Baoshan Xing, Chad D. Vecitis, Nicola Senesi
Information the resource, free up, publicity, adsorption, aggregation, bioavailability, delivery, transformation, and modeling of engineered nanoparticles present in many universal items and applications
Covers synthesis, environmental program, detection, and characterization of engineered nanoparticles
Details the toxicity and danger review of engineered nanoparticles
Includes subject matters at the delivery, transformation, and modeling of engineered nanoparticles
Presents the most recent advancements and data of engineered nanoparticles
Written by means of international prime specialists from prestigious universities and corporations
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