Nanomaterial classification


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Nanomaterial classification
Nanomaterial classification is like sorting tiny things into different groups based on what they are made of and how they behave. For example, if we have a bunch of tiny building blocks, we can classify them as plastic, metal, or wood based on their material. Similarly, nanomaterials are classified based on their composition and properties. One verifiable fact is that nanomaterials are so small that they are measured in nanometers, which is one billionth of a meter. Some examples of nanomaterial classifications include carbon nanotubes, which are tiny tubes made of carbon atoms, and silver nanoparticles, which are tiny particles of silver. Just like how we organize our toys into different bins based on their type, scientists organize nanomaterials into different categories to better understand and use them in different applications.