Study And Evaluation Of The Microorganisms For The Formation Of Metal Nanoparticles And Their Application

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Surinderpal Singh , P.Rajesh , Y.Ravindra


Metallic nanoparticles have interested scientists for more than a century and are currently actively applied in biomedical physics and technology. In nanotechnology, they hold great potential. Biological systems use atmospheric condition chemistry to reference inorganic synthesis materials from the nano to the molecular level. For material synthesis, nanoparticles play a significant role in the present drive to develop green technologies. Nanomaterial’s syntheses based on microorganisms are an exciting and relatively new area of research. An enzyme is involved in the production of metal nanoparticles. Its effect on their final properties is described in this work. Scanning electron micrographs (SEM) are used to show how these nanoparticles are generated. It has also been discussed how these unique metal nanoparticle–enzyme hybrids might be used in synthetic chemistry as heterogeneous catalysts with metal or dual activity (enzymatic and metallic) and their potential as environmental and antimicrobial chemicals.

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