Antimicrobial Potential of Green Synthesized Novel Nanomaterials and Its Comparison Studies

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M. Gomathi, J. Madhusudhanan, D. Sudha, Thirunavukkarasu Sivaraman, R. Thenmozhi, M. I. Niyas Ahamed


As nanotechnology continues to give solutions and alternatives to technological, environmental, and health concerns, it is becoming more widely accepted in daily life. Nanostructures, of which nanoparticles (NPs) are the most extensively employed, are at the heart of all applications based on nanotechnology. The development of environmentally friendly synthesis methods is essential due to the high demand for diverse NPs. There are numerous methods for creating nanoparticles that are based on physical and chemical processes that may be harmful to the environment. "Green" nanoparticles are now a necessity because of the incorporation of green chemistry ideas into nanotechnology. NPs are being studied for their potential as antimicrobials, one of their many functional activities. Green silver nanoparticleshave the potential to be utilised as antimicrobial agents because of their ability to interact with bacteria, according to this review of biomolecules, microorganisms, and phytoproducts in mediated green methods.

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