Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Alak Das, Dr. Premlata Pandit
Nanocomposites, a compelling class of materials, have emerged as a frontier in modern materials science, offering exceptional properties resulting from the synergistic interactions between nanoscale fillers and matrix materials. In the realm of applications, nanocomposites exhibit their prowess across industries such as aerospace, electronics, energy, biomedical, and packaging. Their exceptional mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties open doors to innovative technologies and solutions. However, these advancements are not without limitations. Challenges in achieving uniform nanoparticle dispersion, upscaling manufacturing processes, and managing costs, ensuring compatibility, and addressing potential toxicity concerns pose hurdles to the widespread adoption of nanocomposites.
Nanocomposites, Metal, Polymer, Ceramic, Aerospace
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