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International Journal of Nano Dimension (Int. J. Nano Dimens.)

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Khalil Pourshamsian; Director-in-Charge: Dr. Babak Sadeghi

Online ISSN: 2228-5059

Print ISSN: 2008-8868

Publishes Quarterly


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International Journal of Nano Dimension (Abbreviation: Int J Nano Dimens) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed open access, online journal published four times a year by the Tonekabon branch of the Islamic Azad University, Iran. IJND aims to provide an academic medium to present and disseminate scientific discoveries and technological advances related to the materials with at least one dimension sized in the range of 1 to 100 nano-meters. IJND is a forum for scientific exchange and communication of materials scientists and engineers as well as other researchers working in different fields that nanoscience can be applied to such as biology, chemistry, electronics, energy engineering, environmental science and medical sciences. IJND is fully open access and full texts of published articles are available to the public through the journal’s website for free. Moreover, manuscript submission and publication processing of accepted manuscripts are free of charge

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Latest Articles

Review Article
The astonishing ultra-small Iron Oxide nanoparticles as positive contrast agents for MR Imaging of cancerous tissues: A review

Magnetic nanoparticles, which make up a large part of nanomaterials, have the potential for clinical diagnosis and treatment due to their unique properties such as magnetic and superparamagnetic torque and the power of biological interactions at the cellular and molecular levels. The unique properties of these nanoparticles include super-saturation, superparamagnetic and magnetic susceptibility, which are […]

Review Article
Revolutionizing cancer treatment through nanoengineered photosensitizer formulations for advanced photodynamic therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is an approved minimum-invasive therapeutic approach authorized for the clinical treatment of various types of cancer and antibiotic-resistant microbial disorders. During PDT, a photosensitizing compound known as a photosensitizer (PS) deliberately accumulates in tissues. The PS is activated when exposed to a specific wavelength of visible light, generating reactive oxygen species and […]

Original Article
Investigating the impurity of single Carbon atom on the electronic transport of two side-closed (6, 6) single-walled Boron Nitride nanotubes

In this study, the impurity of a single carbon atom on the electronic properties of two side-closed (6, 6) single-walled boron nitride nanotubes ((6, 6) TSC-SWBNNTs) has been investigated in the right, left, and center of this nanotube using the Slater-Koster method and tight-binding approximation. The non-equilibrium Green’s function approach has been used in this […]


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