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Smart Nanomaterials in Pharmaceutical Analysis

Deepali Sharma, Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain

Publication date: Available online 14 November 2018

Source: Arabian Journal of Chemistry

Author(s): Deepali Sharma, Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain

Abstract

Smart nanomaterials have appeared as one of the phenomenal materials to the modern world because of their exceptional thermal, electronic, optical and mechanical properties. Unique characteristics of smart materials make them striking candidates for pharmaceutical analysis which basically determines the quality of drug products via analytical chemistry. The present review discusses smart nanomaterials and their detailed applications in pharmaceutical analysis. A systematic approach for commercial-scale utilization of smart nanomaterials in the pharmaceutical analysis in terms of economic challenges, health & safety concern of nanomaterials and life cycle assessment within pharma industry are comprehended. In the end, the challenges and opportunities for the future development of smart nanomaterials for pharmaceutical analysis in regards to sustainability perspectives are described.

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