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I am sure it is possible for neurotoxicants to modify behavior.There a plenty of documented naturally occurring and synthetic compounds that alter behavior (both acutely and chronically).Not much is known about the (potential) mechanisms of nanoparticles. Some have been studied for bioavailability, some have been shown to be acutely toxic or carcinogenic. Unfortunately for thess type of studies, there are so many types of nanoparticles--even NPs with the same composition will have very different properties based on their size, shape, crystalinity, and what may be stuck to their surfaces.Is this a topic of general interest, or is there a particular case or subset of cases you are interested in?
When further clarified by orthogonal electromagnetic nanoparticle-mediated conjugation, I lean towards intoxicated verbal hash.