AGNPSAgricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution Model
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Synthesis of the Silver Nanoparticle by Chemical Reduction Method and Preparation of Nanocomposite based on AgNPS 4th World Congress on Mech.
Bayroodi and Jalal (2016) reported that the antimicrobial effects of AgNP could be enhanced by synergism with ZnO NPs when co-evaluated against resistant bacterial strains.
Further, AuNps and AgNps introduced in hydrogel network resulted in nanocomposite hydrogels.
but still leaf-flower extract combination has not yet been studied against microbes and for synthesis of AgNPs. Also, Tridax procumbens L.
Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) are popular type of NPs, have being studied extensively and used as safely antibacterial agent due to various biological and antibacterial properties[9, 78-81].
In a study that evaluated the in vitro toxicity of CuNPs in fibroblast cells from mouse embryos showed that [Cu.sup.2+] ions are more cytotoxic than covered NPs (CuNPs) [26] as has been reported also for AgNPs and silver ions.
For the biosynthesis of AgNPs, different volumes (0.1 ml and 0.4 ml) of the alkaline solution (cochineal at pH 12) were diluted with 1 ml of AgN[O.sub.3] solution (10 mM; pH = 5.6), and this mixture was incubated for 1 h at 40[degrees]C.
Since the molar ratio of Ag to [Cl.sup.-] is corresponding to 3, then unreacted [Ag.sup.+] serves as oxidant for the polymerization of aniline; by this way, a ternary nanocomposite is obtained and then AgCl NPs acted as first nucleation of composite and PANI were formed around AgNPs to obtain PANI/AgCl@Ag ternary nanocomposite.
Anthony, "Hyperbranched polyethylenimine-based sensor of multiple metal ions ([Cu.sup.2+], [Co.sup.2+] and [Fe.sup.2+]): colorimetric sensing via coordination or AgNP formation," RCS Advances, vol.
[12] immobilized the antimicrobial silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) on nylon and silk fibers by following a sequential dipping in dilute solutions of AgNPs capped with poly (methacrylic acid) and poly (diallyl dimethyl ammonium chloride) by using the layer-by-layer deposition method.