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Nanotechnology Health Risks: Are There in Nanomaterials?

SpecialChem / Sep 1, 2008

The most reasonable answer to this question is a qualified yes. Nanotechnology objects are not all toxic but some of them could be harmful to humans. There are materials which are not toxic in bulk and are toxic as nano-objects. This usually involves toxicity related with the high surface to volume ratio of nano-objects and also with the easy incorporation into bodily fluids.

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