Biomedical Nanotoxicology and Concerns with Environment: A Prospective Approach for Merger with Green Chemistry Enabled Physicochemical Characterization
- *Corresponding Author:
- Professor Man Singh
School of Chemical Sciences
Central University of Gujarat
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
Received Date: July 18, 2014; Accepted Date: September 16, 2014; Published Date: September 23, 2014
Citation: Malik P, Mukherjee TK, Singh M (2014) Biomedical Nanotoxicology and Concerns with Environment: A Prospective Approach for Merger with Green Chemistry Enabled Physicochemical Characterization. J Microb Biochem Technol S9:001. doi: 10.4172/1948-5948.S9-001
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Of late, nanotechnology has emerged to be a very reliable bridge in trying to club salient fields of natural sciences on a common platform. Deservedly enough, nanomaterials have enabled numerous unconventional wonders to be accomplished through their incorporation, either on a singular or on complexed form. However, the rapid strides being accomplished on a tremendously high speed have sheerly ignored some ground realities in terms of ethical considerations. Bestowed with unconventional physicochemical properties and material behavior, nanomaterials are often surprise candidates in terms of their interaction with several other materials. This leads to a significant difficulty in the discard of integrated structures or individual materials carrying nanomaterials. The emerging threat of nanotoxicology from interactions thereof has attracted significant attention of environmental conservationists from the different corners of the world. In terms of physicochemical behavior, it is extremely essential to have a sound knowledge of the nanomaterial behavior and probable risk assessment. With this background, this review article sheds light on the behavioral aspects of nanomaterials with a comprehensive recalling of the case studies. The propositions of novel invention from Indian soil, Survismeter, friccohesity and tentropy have been made for further strengthening the risk assessment of nanomaterials.