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- n. The use of nanosensors to investigate nanoparticles
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As the sensor industry is highly fragmented, it is difficult to identify the nanosensing product that is likely to do well commercially in the immediate future.
"Being a disruptive technology, such diligence is crucial if nanosensing solutions are to be considered market worthy."
Building catalysts directly on the surface of the nanoparticles themselves allows researchers to use the nanosensing capabilities of nanoshells to directly follow chemical reactions on the catalyst using light.