The small size of nanomaterials may cause many special effects, such as tunnel effect and large specific surface area. Nanomaterials are widely used for various practical applications due to their special effects, including those in the biopharmaceutical, chemical, metallurgy, electronics, machinery, construction and environmental protection industries. Furthermore, the properties of nanomaterials, such as particle size, size distribution, and particle morphology, all have an important impact on product quality.
1. Modified plastics
The shape, size, and size distribution of the nanoparticles affect the properties of modified plastics, such as mechanical strength and flame retardance, which can be improved by adding the nanomaterial particles.
2. Ceramic materials
Many important characteristics of functional ceramic materials are determined by the average particle size and particle size distribution of the nanomaterial particles, and the use of various nanoparticles can significantly enhance their physical and chemical properties.
3. Surface coating
The particle size of nano pigment determines the coloring ability, and the particle size of the nanomaterial additives determines the film strength and wear resistance.
The catalytic activity of the catalyst is partially influenced by the particle size, particle size distribution and morphology of the nanoparticles.
In drug delivery, nanocarriers can effectively overcome the limitations of conventional drug formulations. The particle size distribution and shape of the nanoparticles determine how well nanocarriers perform their functions.