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Nanodivide: Review

Sreeremya Sasi

Abstract


Nanotechnology is a new and trending field of science which is a copioused stream where it provides many inventions like graphenes, green nanotechnology, use of nanotechnology compounds in medicines, etc. As nanoinnovation becomes more and more pervasive, developing nations will be left behind, creating an even bigger chaos between developed and developing. Nanodivide is a separation of the privileges happening in developed and developing countries.

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