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Silver nanoparticles characterization

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"The most probable reason for stickiness maybe the presence of secondary metabolites over the surface of nanoparticles. This phenomenon occurs commonly when "crude" plant extract are used for nanoparticles synthesis. Definitely, the…"
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"https://e-reports-ext.llnl.gov/pdf/347379.pdf See this. Negative zeta potential is due to preferential adsorbtion of anions. If you are synthesizing AgNps using trisodium citrate.It will will be due to Adsorption of citarte ions on Agnps."
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"First of all, congrats for such a nice approach. Is this study also includes in silico experiments?? Can you share the details of the software used for preparing the video??? Thanks in advance Navin Jain"
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Using natural processes as inspiration, the present study demonstrates a positive correlation between zinc metal tolerance ability of a soil fungus and its potential for the synthesis of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles. A total of 19 fungal cultures were isolated from the rhizospheric soils of plants naturally growing at a zinc mine area in India and identified on the genus, respectively the species level. Aspergillus aeneus isolate NJP12 has been shown to have a high zinc metal tolerance…See More
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A biomimetic approach towards synthesis of zinc oxide nanoparticles

Posted on March 10, 2012 at 9:56am 0 Comments

Using natural processes as inspiration, the present study demonstrates a positive correlation between zinc metal tolerance ability of a soil fungus and its potential for the synthesis of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles. A total of 19 fungal cultures were isolated from the rhizospheric soils of plants naturally growing at a zinc mine area in India and identified on the genus, respectively the species level. Aspergillus aeneus isolate NJP12 has been shown to have a high zinc…

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At 1:35am on April 28, 2009,
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Welcome to our community!
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At 2:22pm on April 21, 2009,
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Hi Navin,

I'm not sure we are your best resource but you can feel free to ask us questions but we may not know the anwsers.

Regards,
Mike
At 3:03am on April 21, 2009,
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you can write your detail project plan and what you have done so far to my mail.....then i can discuss with you? are you on orkut?
 
 
 

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