Advance your daily research with access to our machine-learned index of nanotechnology articles by AAAS, ACS, Elsevier, RSC, Springer Nature, Wiley and more. Retrieve detailed information from the leading titles on properties, applications, toxicity and preparation methods of thousands of nanomaterials and devices that is extracted by our team of subject matter experts.How we made Nano Nanomaterial summaries
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Nanomaterial summaries contain information including nanostructure type, composition, size, properties, applications, characterization, preparation and toxicity that refer to the similar nanomaterials extracted and curated by our team of subject matter experts from mainly 30 leading titles including Science, Nature, PNAS, Nano Letters and Advanced Materials.
First, the experts analyze the articles and identify those that contain nanomaterials or nano-sized components. The reported data on these nanomaterials are then extracted and added to those in an existing nanomaterial summary if the same set of physical parameters including nanostructure type and composition is shared. In case the physical parameter set does not match to any of the existing nanomaterial summaries, a new nanomaterial summary would be generated. New nanomaterial data are currently uploaded to the platform on a monthly basis. Each data entry is provided adjacent to it the link to the original source. For enquiry, please contact our product experts at firstname.lastname@example.org
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