|APS||<100 nm (Can be Customized)|
|Melting Point||777 °C|
|Boiling Point||1377 °C|
Strontium nanoparticles are used in drug delivery, bioimaging, therapy of cancer, and chemosensor. The precipitation and encapsulation of SrNPs were done within carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC). Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) is a biocompatible and biodegradable polymeric material having wide industrial applications, and it is used as a biological stabilizer to encapsulate SrNPs to develop an efficient optical nanostructure that can be used in in vivo imaging. This strontium-suspended vesicle is used in biomedical imaging, drug delivery, therapeutics for cancer, and chemosensing. SrNPs are used for the significant improvement of the biological and mechanical properties of many polymers and metal alloys, which ultimately led to better and enhanced opportunities to be used in developing materials in several fields. SrNPs are used in dental implants and orthopedic coatings to promote the bone healing process. Strontium nanoparticles are used in targeted drug delivery and can elicit a prolonged immune response, thus can act as a good immunotherapeutic agent. The applications of strontium nanoparticles have also been found in diabetic patients, where they can control insulin release and thus regulate the pathophysiology of diabetes. Strontium nanoparticles are also used in wastewater treatment, agriculture, and as gas, sensors to sense several toxic gases. The wide application of strontium nanoparticles in several fled of medicine and environmental sciences.