Divya Its depend on method to which u synthesed the silver nanoparticle like by CVD,Arc discharg, etc so in synthesis by Chemical vapour deposition (CVD).
The silver paticle get heated up to 1100 C and get vapourised & deposite on substrate (may be silicon)
I have synthesized silver nanoparticles using certain plant extracts, I have used a rather simple chemical approach. What is the type of synthesis you intend to use and what exact mechanism are you talking about?
hey i am sriman. actuallt i don't know your backround.Many more Bacteria have synthesis by silver nano particles. i don't about that bacteria . But sure will produce silver nano particles by using bacteria
Many seaweeds are classified as red algae (like those used in sushi called nori), classified by their accessory photosynthetic pigments which include phycoerythrin, phycocyanin, and allophycocyanin. Phycoerythrin has been found to quickly absorb silver ions if placed in a solution with silver nitrate (chemisorption).
Bekasova, O.D., Brekhovskikh, A.A., Revina, A.A., & Dubinchuk, V.T. (2007). Preparation and
optical properties of silver nanoparticles. Neorganicheskie Materialy, 44(8), Retrieved from http://www.ebscohost.com.
I'm doing a toxicology research project of silver nanoparticles in the red algae, porphyridium cruentum.
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