Study on Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications


  • Monika Research Scholar, (Physics), Bhagwant University Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
  • Dr. Rajesh kr Katare Research Guide, Bhagwant University Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
  • Prof (Dr.) SBL Tripathi Research Guide, Bhagwant University Ajmer, Rajasthan, India



Physicochemical, Spectroscopy, Nanoparticles, Imaging, Biomolecules, Sensitivity, Tomography, Infections


In this research paper, I have thoroughly described about the topic “Study on Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications.” Metal nanoparticles have emerged as promising candidates for a myriad of biomedical applications due to their unique physicochemical properties, offering a wide array of opportunities for innovation in healthcare. This abstract discusses metal nanoparticle creation, characterization, and biomedical applications. Chemical reduction, green synthesis, physical deposition, and biological methods allow fine nanoparticle size, shape, and composition control for biomedical applications. TEM, DLS, XRD, UV-Vis, FTIR, SEM, and TGA reveal metal nanoparticles' structural, chemical, and optical properties. Metal nanoparticles are used in medication delivery, imaging contrast, targeted therapy, and diagnostics. Their small size, large surface area-to-volume ratio, and tunable optical properties make them suitable for drug delivery, where they can encapsulate and release therapeutic substances at precise body regions. Metal nanoparticles also improve illness identification and monitoring in MRI, CT, and fluorescence imaging by acting as contrast agents. They provide innovative cancer and microbial infection treatments due to their photothermal and antibacterial characteristics. Metal nanoparticles also find utility in biosensing applications, facilitating the detection of biomolecules and disease biomarkers with high sensitivity and specificity. Overall, the synthesis and characterization of metal nanoparticles represent a vibrant area of research with significant implications for advancing healthcare technologies, offering versatile platforms for addressing key challenges in diagnostics, therapeutics, and imaging in biomedicine.


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How to Cite

Monika, Katare, R. kr, & Tripathi, S. (2024). Study on Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications. RESEARCH REVIEW International Journal of Multidisciplinary, 9(6), 123–129.