What Are Platinum Group Elements?

What Are Platinum Group Elements?

APR 5, 2020

What Are Platinum Group Elements?

The Platinum Group Elements, or PGE, nanoparticles have therapeutic effectiveness through active cellular uptake and reduced toxicity and help to improve permeability and retention, therefore making them very suitable for both medical and alternative health modalities.

Most of our supplements contain Platinum Group Elements but what are they? Platinum Group Elements called transition metals possess unique electronic structures, which enable them to be versatile by modifying the properties of a certain molecule!

Among these transition metals are Platinum Group Elements (PGEs). They are a group of six transition metallic elements clustered together in the periodic table.

These PGMs are iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhodium, and ruthenium.

Studies have shown that PGE coordination compounds and their metal nanoparticles give improved results for biological activities by enhancing efficient delivery of antibacterial and anticancer drugs. They also prove effective in biological identifications through their luminescence.

Written by Annie Pavone

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