Novel Applications Using Magnetron Sputtering and Atmospheric-Pressure Plasma Jet Techniques: A Review
Nanomaterials are now widely used in a variety of fields, such as biomedicine and industry, and the world is experiencing its worst conditions yet as a result of the spread of bacteria and the rise in the number of people infected with various diseases as a result of coming into contact with nanomaterials. The spread of pollution can be curtailed by the use of new techniques and experiments. Microorganism membranes can be penetrated by nanoparticles, making nanostructured materials a necessity in biological research. The plasma jet technology is powerful enough to sterilize and kill the bacteria in a small space. There are a wide variety of industrially essential coatings that Magnetron sputtering can be applied to, including those used in the medical industry. We'll go over the history, foundation, and several uses of this method in this review. Other recent discoveries, such as the creation of copper oxide nanoparticles in each of the two processes, are also covered. It can be used in a variety of fields, including biomedical applications. Nanoparticles of copper oxide have the potential to sterilize and kill microorganisms, making them a crucial medical tool to have on hand.
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