B.E. in Nanotechnology
Material Science, Nanomaterials, Thin Films
Meet pursued his passion for science and technology by studying for a B.E. in Nanotechnology at V.V.P. Engineering College, affiliated with Gujarat Technological University.
Meet has a thorough understanding of key nanotechnology topics, including the synthesis of nanoparticles, nanomaterial characterization, analysis of gas sensors, fabrication of solar cells, and the green synthesis of quantum dots.
Up to his graduation, he worked on fabricating a highly sensitive nanostructure SnO2 based gas sensor for the detection of environmental pollutants. Meet also investigated the performance of dye-sensitized solar cells by employing natural dye “anthocyanins” extracted from tomato slurry, as a sensitizer for the TiO2/CuO photoanode.
Some of Meet’s research work that has been published in scientific journals includes:
Meet’s area of expertise is not only in nanophysics but also nanomedicine. He has a passion for writing about nanotechnology, as well as the latest science news.
He has been a freelance science writer since April 2018 and he chooses to write about anything interesting in the field of sensors, quantum science, lasers, the environment, chemistry, and physics. As a freelance writer, Meet’s work has appeared in many AZoNetwork sites.
This article explores the use of nanomaterials as construction materials in the building industry.
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