The need for nanosensors has increased during the last few decades on a global scale. 
The nanosensor is a sensing tool used in nanotechnology to measure, detect, or sense the chemical and physical characteristics of materials or nanoparticles at a nanoscale smaller than 100 nm.

There are 3 types of Nanosensors, 

Physical Nanosensors:
Measurement of changes in physical quantities, such as temperature, velocity, electric forces, etc. 

Chemical Nanosensors:
Chemical nanosensors are used to detect various substances or chemical properties like pH level, Nanosensors are helpful for examining environmental pollutants or performing pharmacological analysis.

Biological Nanosensors: 
Biosensors are able to precisely identify viruses, poisons, malignancies, and biomarkers in the fields of medicine and healthcare. They achieve this by translating chemical reactions into electrical or optical signals, and have the benefit of being able to measure only the exact things that are desired.

Market AnalysisThe market for nanosensors was worth USD 441.91 million in 2020, and it is anticipated to grow to USD 8426.45 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 63.45% between 2021 and 2026.

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