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Metallic nanoparticles, a new terminology in the field of nanoparticles has emerged in recent years. Precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum that have positive health effects are used for the synthesis of nanoparticles and are referred to as metallic nanoparticles. Nowadays, researchers focus on the nanoparticles, nanostructures and synthesis of nanomaterials due to their remarkable properties that are useful for catalysis, composites such as polymer preparations, disease diagnostics and treatment, sensor technology and labeling of optoelectronically registered media. since electrochemical changes, chemical reduction and photochemical reduction are commonly used for the production and stabilization of metallic nanoparticles. The choice of method for producing the metallic nanoparticles is equally important because during the synthesis processes of the nanoparticles, such as the kinetics of the interaction of the metal ions with the reducing agent, the adsorption process of the stabilizer with this nanoparticles and various experimental techniques have a strong influence on its morphology (structure and size). -chemical properties. Many metal particles found in products such as cosmetics, detergents, toothpastes, soaps, shampoos, medicines and medicines come into direct contact with humans. Gold is often used in Ayurvedic medicines and preparations in India and China. Gold nanoparticles are used for many diagnostic and drug delivery purposes. Apart from this, other metal nanoparticles such as silver nanoparticles are also used for various biomedical applications such as separation science and new drug delivery system. Silver is known for its antimicrobial and inflammatory potential. This property is used selectively to increase faster wound healing and is used commercially in wound dressings, in the formulation of various pharmaceutical strengths and in the coating of medical implants. Other metallic nanoparticles such as platinum nanoparticles have also been evaluated for their beneficial health effect and have been successfully used in biomedical applications in pure or metal alloy form as single or in combination with other metal nanoparticles. The use of metallic nanoparticles is constantly increasing around the world in biomedicine and related disciplines.