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Volume 9 Special Issue 5

Recent Advances in Phosphatization of Metals for Corrosion Protection

Anand Kumar, Khushi Verma, Dhirendra Rajput, Veena Dhayal and Amrita Biswas

Corrosion of metals is a broad-based issue that has significant economic and ecological consequences. It is a surface treatment method that is popularized for its promising results in inhibiting corrosion and increasing the life span of metal components.

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Nanotechnology Enabled Drug Delivery System Leveraging Machine Learning Techniques

Madhu Priya and Devershi Pallavi Bhatt

Integration of machine learning with nanotechnology has many benefits in a therapeutic manner as compared to classical treatment in areas like cancer, COVID-19, toxicity prediction and many others. Machine learning has proven to be instrumental in enabling personalized treatment approaches and effectively handling extensive datasets, presenting numerous advantages.

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A Prediction Model for Formation Energy of Cobalt-Gold Nanoparticles Synthesis

Swami Nisha Bhagirath, Vaibhav Bhatnagar and Linesh Raja
The production of nanoparticles (NPs) is crucial to the development of nanotechnology, which has become well-known and has a wide range of uses. The size of a NPs can range from one to one hundred nanometers. Their physical and chemical features set them apart from their bulk equivalents, which makes them desirable for a range of cutting-edge applications.

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Role of Nanotechnology in Building Smart Cities

Govind Murari Upadhyay, Priti Sharma, Pramod Kumar Soni and Pradeep Kumar

Developing cities that are environmentally friendly, greener, and smarter is urgently needed due to the rising urbanization and resource scarcity. The concept of “smart cities” is crucial from the standpoint of the growing urban population and intelligently meeting demand.

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IoNT: Current State, Challenges, and Future of the Internet of Nano Things

Ankit Kumar, Kamred Udham Singh, Girish Paliwal, Swati Jain, Vaibhav Bhatnagar and Naresh Kedia
In an era of rapid technological advancement, the paradigm of smart environments has flourished, encompassing diverse realms like offices, homes, and cities. This expansion underscores the growing interconnection of applications and integration of the internet.

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Amplifying Efficiency and Capacity Through the Fusion of Nanotechnology and the Internet of Things

Ankit Kumar, Kamred Udham Singh, Shilpa Sharma and Devershi Pallavi Bhatt

Nanotechnology, characterized by the manipulation of matter at the atomic and molecular scale, has blossomed into a versatile discipline with implications spanning health, agriculture, and electronics. A symbiotic alliance has emerged be-tween nanotechnology and various sectors, particularly within the dynamic land scape of computer science.

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Nanotechnology Integration for Enhanced Performance of Wearable IoT Devices

Ankit Kumar, Kamred Udham Singh, Linesh Raja, Pradeep Kumar, Shilpa Sharma, Teekam Singh and Naresh Kedia

Sensors that are driven by microtechnology and nanotechnology have revolutionized the biomedical and environmental landscapes, which in turn has revolutionized the detection and quantification of analytes. In the field of biomedicine, the introduction of these sensors has catalyzed illness detection, sped the process of drug development, and enabled point-of-care diagnostics.

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A Comprehensive Review of Architectural Dimensions on Internet of Nano-Things

Linesh Raja, Ankit Kumar, Kamred Udham Singh, Vaibhav Bhatnagar and Teekam Singh

The rise of novel technological paradigms like the Internet of Things (IoT) has underscored that internet access is no longer exclusive to conventional computers. Various devices and objects now possess the capability to connect. This evolution has led to the emergence of the Internet of Nano-Things (IoNT), an inter-connection of minuscule IoT devices enabled by nanotechnology.

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Solar Irradiation Forecasting with the Application of Nanotechnology

Priti Sharma, Govind Murari Upadhyay, Shalendra Kumar, Rakhi Chawla and Pramod Kumar Soni

In the last three decades, the human population has rapidly increased and continues to do so leading to a severe impact on the requirement of energy needs. Nanotechnology is a technology of opportunity that offers a wide variety of resources to address the issues associated with energy as smaller than 100 nm components and appliances present new opportunities for energy capture, storage, and exchange.

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