Research Article - Journal of Chemical Technology and Applications (2021) Volume 5, Issue 1
Carbon- based nanomaterials impacting in neuroscience.
Neuroscientists have more and more exploited a variety of synthetic, de-novo synthesized resources with proscribed nano-sized features. For instance, a misshapen concentration in the expansion of prostheses or neural interfaces was determined by the availability of novel nanomaterials that enabled the manufacture of implantable bioelectronics interfaces with condensed side effects and increased incorporation with the objective biological tissue. Nanomaterials and structures, in totaling to their small size, have properties that are at variance from those of superior bulk materials, making them ideal for a host of novel applications. The extend of nanotechnology in the most recent years has been due to the improvement of synthesis and characterization technologies on the nanoscale, a field rich in new physical phenomena and synthetic opportunities. The development of functional nanoparticles has progressed exponentially over the precedent two decades. In this review, we spotlight on nanomaterials and purposely on carbon-based nanomaterials, that and all carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene. At the same time as these materials hoist probable safety concerns, they stand for a incredible technological opening for the re-establishment of neuronal functions.Author(s): A Mohamed Sikkander, Heba S. Abbas, K.Kavitha, S.Sasikala, Khadeeja Yasmeen