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Volume 9 Special Issue 5

A Decennary Update on Coumarin Derived Fluorescent Nanosensors and Chemosensors for Selective Sensing of Heavy Metal Ions

Aruna, Neelam Sharma, Suman Swami, Ritu Mathur, Rashmy Nair and Rahul Shrivastava

Fluorescent nanosensors are capable of sensitive and selectively sensing target heavy metal ions under physiological conditions. In recent years, these sensors have attracted enormous interest as they offer outstanding features such as high selectivity, simplicity, extraordinary sensitivity, simple manipulations, rapid response rate, low cost, facile visualization real-time detection, and spatiotemporal resolution.

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Green Synthesis of Neem-based Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles for Enhanced Antimicrobial Functionalization of DBD Plasma Treated Silk and Corn Fabrics

Mumal Singh, Mona Vajpayee, Lalita Ledwani and Sudhir Kumar Nema

Bacterial infectious diseases pose significant health and socio-economic challenges, necessitating the development of novel antimicrobial agents. Incorporating antimicrobial properties into textile materials is a promising approach, achieved through chemical or physical means.

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Clay Minerals and Metal Oxides Based Green Nanocomposites for Sustainable Water Remediation: A Review

Priyanka Pareek and Lalita Ledwani

The textile, paper, and plastics industries are facing the challenges of water scarcity for dyeing, processing, and washing. A large volume of colored and heavy metal-based wastewater results from its operations. Water recycling and reuse are practical options for improving water availability while reducing environmental impacts from discharging untreated colored wastewater.

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Enhancing Crop Productivity and Sustainability: Unleashing the Potential of Nanotechnology in Seed Treatment

Rakhi Giri, Lalita Ledwani and, Abhishek Sharma
The field of nanotechnology has emerged as a transformative one with enormous potential in many sectors, including agriculture. The purpose of this review paper is to explore the application of nanotechnology to seed treatment and its role in increasing crop productivity, as well as in promoting the sustainability of agricultural practices.

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Heterogeneous Metal-catalyzed C-H Functionalization Reactions: The Environmentally Benign Pathway for Industrial Applications

Shakir Irfan Sisodia and Sriparna Ray

In the last few decades extensive attention has been given to the advancement of metal-catalysed C-H functionalization. Despite the steady progress in the process, atom economical techniques are being explored using varieties of metal catalysts. Many of these metal-based catalytic systems have the major drawback of limited catalyst recyclability.

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Polymer-based Corrosion Inhibitors: A Comprehensive Review and Modification Strategies

Himanshi Tyagi, Susruta Samanta, Debasis Behera and Amrita Biswas

The use of polymer-based corrosion inhibitors has garnered significant attention as an effective means to combat corrosion and prolong the durability of metallic materials. This review article provides a detailed examination of recent advancements in this field, with a specific focus on the strategies employed to enhance the performance of polymer-based corrosion inhibitors.

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A Brief Review on Green Corrosion Inhibitor for Metals and Alloys

Aashish Sharma, Himanshi Tyagi, Saurabh Dewangan, Saurabh Srivastava and Amrita Biswas

Metal corrosion control is crucial for technical, financial, environmental, and aesthetic reasons. The positive role of metal or compounds in preventing corrosion of materials in diverse condition and materials is briefly discussed. The hunt for green corrosion inhibitors, which are biodegradable and free from harmful substances, was sparked by the environmental toxicity of organic corrosion inhibitors.

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Computational Analysis on the Structural and Spectroscopic Properties of Natural Compound Curcumin and its Interaction with Nanometric Bacterial Porins

Vandana Kumari, Priyanka Kumari, Amrita Biswas, Saikat Chattopadhyay and Susruta Samanta

Natural molecules with biological activities, for example, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-inflammatory properties are an interesting area for study. We have focused on the naturally occurring molecule – curcumin to study its properties and interaction with bacterial proteins.

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Plants Based Nanomaterials for Water Treatment – A Review on Sustainable Approach for Water Conservation

Govind Gupta, Jabbar Khan and Naveen Kumar Singh

Increasing human population leading to extensive industrial and urban development, posing environmental issues concerning over-exploitation and contamination of water resources globally. Unregulated discharge of untreated urban sewage and industrial effluents into aquatic bodies affecting aquatic ecosystems and water quality posing health hazards.

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