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Nanoparticles are particles which has 1 and 100 nanometers size. They are classified into three types and they are ultrafine particles, Coarse particles and Fine particles.  The open access articles published in this scholarly journal are reviewed by at least two reviewers of the associated fields.

Nanoparticles: - Atomic-scale comprehension of structure and thermodynamic stability of metallic core–shell nanoparticles is important for viewpoints of both their synthesis and applications. Thermodynamic and structural properties of Al@Ni and Ni@Al core–shell nanoparticles are investigated at various temperatures by using molecular dynamics (MD) simulations within the interactions defined by the many-body embedded atom model (EAM). MD method is used to calculate the total energy, one-body particle density, radial distribution function, and heat capacity to estimate the melting temperatures of the core–shell systems considered in the present study. It is reported that the width of the melting temperature of the core–shell nanoparticles is dependent not only on the bulk melting points of their pure metals but also on the ratio of the shell thickness and the core size of the nanoparticles. The novelty of the MACS is the idea of making clusters by sputtering a pre-condensed matrix of metal atoms embedded in a condensed non-reactive gas, e.g., Ar.

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