GREEN BIOSYNTHESIS OF MAGNETIC IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES OF VITEX NEGUNDO AQUEOUS EXTRACT

  • P. Karnan Department of Zoology, Presidency College, Chennai 600005
  • A. Anbarasu Department of Zoology, Presidency College, Chennai 600005
  • N. Deepa Department of Zoology, Presidency College, Chennai 600005
  • R. Usha Department of Zoology, Presidency College, Chennai 600005

Abstract

Objective: The green synthesis of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles is a convenient, economical, rapid and eco-friendly method compared to physical and chemical synthesis methods.

Methods: In the present study iron oxide nanoparticles synthesized by Vitex negundo leaves extract.

Results: The formation of iron oxide nanoparticles was confirmed by the colour change and further characterized by UV-Visible Spectroscopy and XRD. The morphology and the size of nanoparticles were analyzed by SEM and HR-TEM analysis.

Conclusion: On the basis of this research work, green synthesized iron oxide nanoparticles can be a good source for alternative therapy for human diseases.

Keywords: Green synthesis, Iron oxide, Nanoparticles, Vitex negundo

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Karnan, P., A. Anbarasu, N. Deepa, and R. Usha. “GREEN BIOSYNTHESIS OF MAGNETIC IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES OF VITEX NEGUNDO AQUEOUS EXTRACT”. International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 10, no. 3, May 2018, pp. 11-14, doi:10.22159/ijcpr.2018v10i3.27220.
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