What is Nano Silica?

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Nano Silica: Silicon Dioxide Nanoparticles are also known by silica nanoparticles and nano-silica.
P-type silica nanoparticles can be separated into S-type based on their structure. P-type particles feature a greater number of micropores than S type particles and have a higher level of UV reflectivity. They also have a very small surface area.
A nano silica is light in volume, fluffy and has a bulk density less than 0.15-0.2g/cm3. It also features a high level of chemical activity with a larger surface area than 500 m2/g.
A surface with an OH bond makes nano silica a silicate acid. It has a hydrophilic property and water absorption rates that exceed 5x itss.
Silica nanoparticles have many uses. They are often used as additives to rubber and plastic manufacture, as well as as reinforced concrete fillers and biomedical platforms for drug delivery and diagnostics.

Silica is what?
The chemical element silicon is also known as silica or silicon. It can be found in the crust of the Earth. Silicon dioxide and silicate are its oxide forms (SiO4).
It is common to use silicon in industry. The oxide form of Silicon is often used in biomedical and industrial applications. SiNPs are rare because of their unique properties. These include ease in synthesis, high mechanical properties and superior surface modifications. These SiNPs are used in biological materials since decades.
Two basic types of Silica are crystalline or amorphous. Although they share the same molecular structure, these two basic forms of silica have very different structures. While crystalline silica exhibits a lattice configuration, amorphous is more complex. You can find crystalline silica in many different forms. Alpha-quartz is the most well-known, but it can also be transformed by heating it to b –quartz, quartzite, or squamous. Porosils are porous crystal silica. All porosils come from synthetic materials.
The rare properties of silica and Mesoporous Silicon make them ideal for controlled drug delivery. They have high surface area and large pores, which can be adjusted to adjust pore size and chemical stability. The three main types of Amorphous Silica are: Natural forms, Byproducts of Power Stations and Metalurgical Processes, and Synthetic Forms. Due to its biocompatibility with other elements and high stability, amorphous silica has been considered an excellent candidate for gene carriers and molecular imaging candidates. You can also use it in dietary supplement, dental fillers and catheters.

How is nano-silica used?
To modify cement concrete’s dispersion, plasticity and plasticity, nano silica can be used.
As a vitrification and strengthening agent as well as an adhesive for ceramics, enamels, glazes. This is also used as a high-temperature binder in engineering-grade ceramics.
Use nanocomposite material modifier as an inorganic adhesive at high temperature. Also used as an additive to inorganic composite materials for strengthening, mold, filling and filling rubber/polymer compounds. Additionally, it can be used in a number of resin engineering material; FRP high-quality packaging that is corrosion-resistant.
This cement seal is used for sealing oil wells and underground structures.
Use for special purposes, including lamp paint, lubricating oil, thickener and steel dehydrogenate sensitive materials. For solar cells, energy storage for power cells.

Is nano-silica toxic?
Exposed to silica has been shown to have significant health benefits, especially for those who are exposed to crystalline silica.
Study after study has revealed that workers are exposed to crystalline silica at work, which can lead to silicosis. This is a form of fibrotic lung disease.
Amorphous Silica used to be considered safer than crystalline. Studies have recently shown that SNPs that are amorphous can cause toxicity that is similar to that found in crystalline particles. SiNPs’ physicochemical and crystallinity also produce different levels of toxicity, both in vitro as well as in vivo. Consider safety concerns and possible adverse effects.

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