The combination of chemistry and nanoscience is known as nanochemistry. It's a new discipline concerned with the unique features of assemblies of atoms or molecules on a scale somewhere between that of individual building blocks and that of bulk material. Nanochemistry is a type of synthetic chemistry used to create nanoscale building pieces with the desired shape, size, and composition. Nanochemistry is a rapidly growing discipline of chemistry, particularly solid-state chemistry, that focuses on the research and production of usable materials with nanometer-scale dimensions (1–100 nm).
Wet nanotechnology investigates biological nanoscale materials, such as cell components. Wet nanotech, as it's often known, means developing up to large masses from small ones. The presence of living organisms whose form, function, and evolution are regulated by interactions of nanometer-scale structures demonstrates the success of this nanotechnology. The study of biological systems that operate largely in a water environment is known as wet nanotechnology. Genetic material, membranes, enzymes, and other biological components are the functional nanometer-scale structures of interest here. Wet nanotechnology necessitates the presence of water in the process. Chemists and biologists are also involved in the process, which entails bringing together individual molecules to reach larger scales.