Nanomaterials, due to their extremely small size, exhibit enhanced and often novel chemical, biological, mechanical, electrical, and energetic properties, revolutionizing material systems. However, their production and use raise potential health and environmental risks. To mitigate these concerns, new recommendations, mandatory reporting requirements, and evolving regulations—particularly in cosmetics, biocides, and food—are being implemented to ensure proper identification, metrology, and traceability of nanomaterials.
In this white paper, our technical expert Khalil Abdelkebir presents the different analytical techniques for examining the nanomaterial characteristics of the raw materials.  

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