Naturally Occurring and Synthetic Mesoporous Nanosilica: Multimodal Applications in Frontier Areas of Science
International Journal of Nanoscience
Mesoporous silica nanoparticles (MSNs) have gained attention worldwide due to their structural versatility for diverse applications in a number of frontier areas of sciences. The intrinsic chemical, textural and structural features of MSNs allow fabricating versatile multifunctional nanosystems. The present review provides an overview of the research progress in artificial and biological production of MSNs, their properties and various applications in cutting edge areas of sciences.
Mitra, Sutanuka; Kumar, Rajesh; Roy, Pradip; Basu, Satakshi; Barik, Samarendra; and Goswami, Arunava, "Naturally Occurring and Synthetic Mesoporous Nanosilica: Multimodal Applications in Frontier Areas of Science" (2019). Journal Articles. 690.