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Copper Nanoparticles: Properties of Production Methods, Physical, Chemical and Biological, and their Applications – A Review

Ashok K, Babu M, Jula V, Mahalakshmi M, Dinesh K and Bindu D
 

Review Article

New green procedures may be used to manufacture copper nanoparticles (CuNPs) with diverse structural characteristics and effective biological effects. Additional uses are planned to include control of particle size and, in turn, of CuNPs dependant characteristics. Several techniques were described, including chemical methods, physical methods, biological methods, and green synthesis, for synthesis for CuNPs. Plant extracts, bacteria and fungus are the biological approaches. The synthesis and stability of CuNPs have been commendably worked out. CuNPs must be summarized in diverse mediums under varied circumstances. Here you can find a comprehensive list of the literature on CuNPs production, their characteristics, stabilizers, morphological aspects and their use. CuNPs have a high conductivity in comparison with other metal NPs. CuNPs production techniques, including green procedures employing plants and microorganisms, were also examined in comparison with chemical methods.

Published on:  February 1, 2022
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2022-094
Citation: Ashok K, Babu M, Jula V, Mahalakshmi M, Dinesh K, et al. 2022. Copper Nanoparticles: Properties of Production Methods, Physical, Chemical and Biological, and their Applications – A Review NanoWorld J 8(1): 1-5.
 

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