Green synthesis of nanoparticles with extract of Echinops persicus
Paper ID : 1129-ICNS
hamideh keshtkar boghmech1, mohammad ali nasseri *2, millad kazemnejadi2, ali allahrasani3
2Chemistry, Science, Birjand, Birjand, Iran
3Chemistry, Science, birjand, birjand, Iran
In recent decades, the development of green and reliable processes for the synthesis of metallic nanoparticles is inevitable because of their important applications in all fields of science, especially in nanotechnology and industry. Biological systems have received great attentions scientist due to green nature, low cost, and simple processes for the synthesis of metallic NPs. Plants are the richest resource of drugs of traditional, modern medicines, nutraceuticals, food supplements, pharmaceutical intermediates and chemical entities for synthetic drugs. Echinops persicus is a species of Echinops. That its extract of Echinops persicus is traditionally used a long time in Iran for treatment of cough and constipation. This plant has been grown in Europe and Western Asia especially in Iran. Synthesis of monometallic, bimetallic, and multi-metallic NPs is commonly carried out via chemical or physical methods. Most of the chemical methods and physical procedures (e.g. sol-gel, vapor phase oxidation, micro-emulsion, thermal vapor transport, and condensation, sonochemical, precipitation, hydrothermal, and polyol methods) are in opposition with environmentally safeness of the processes and pose significant cost. The use of green methods offers several advantages such as simplicity, environmental friendliness, cost-effectiveness, and safety.
Echinops persicus, Nanoparticles, Trimetallic oxide, UV-Vis, Plant extract
Status : Abstract Accepted (Poster Presentation)