What are the major applications of nanotechnology?
Applications of nanotechnology have emerged with increasing need of nanoparticle uses in various fields of food science and food microbiology, including food processing, food packaging, functional food development, food safety, detection of foodborne pathogens, and shelf-life extension of food and/or food products.
How do you identify nanoparticles?
2. Techniques for nanoparticle detection
- Scanning transmission electron microscope. Scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) is a type of transmission electron microscope (TEM).
- Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy.
- X-ray diffraction.
- Scanning transmission X-ray microscopy.
What are some of the applications of nanotechnology?
Applications of Nanotechnology are contributing in multiple ways to nano technology’s promise of benefitting society. Nanotechnology has played a major role in advancing electronics and computers that has led to faster portable systems with the ability to store large amounts of information.
Who is the author of nanotechnology and applications?
Published Online: Jun 12, 2019 eBook: Importance & Applications of Nanotechnology Publisher: MedDocs Publishers LLC Online edition: http://meddocsonline.org/ Copyright: © Zaib S (2019). This chapter is distributed under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License Corresponding Author: Sumera Zaib
Which is the best description of bottom up nanotechnology?
A type of nanotechnology ‘Bottom-up nanotechnology’ involves the self-assembling traits of biological systems, such as DNA molecules which control the organization and structure of carbon nanotubes .
How are Nanobiosensors used in the food industry?
In this field, nanobiosensors could be used to detect the presence of pathogens in food or nanocomposites to improve food production by increasing mechanical and thermal resistance and decreasing oxygen transfer in packaged products.