CAESALPINIA BONDUCELLA ASSISTED GREEN SYNTHESIS OF NANOPARTICLES WITH DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS: A REVIEW
Satyam Tripathi, Sujay Suryawanshi*, Gaurav Damal and Shriniwas Patil
The current study focuses on the use of C. bonducella extract in the production of nanoparticles of various metals such as silver, gold, phosphorus, and copper oxide. C. bonducella is an evergreen perennial plant of the Fabaceae family. The plant have been found to contain a variety of phytochemicals, including flavonoids, glycosides, and terpenoids. These metallic nanoparticles were assessed for one or more uses, such as antimicrobial activity. The use of C. bonducella polar extract revealed that its polar phytocompounds were involved in lowering the metal source and stabilising the nanoparticles. Finally, it should be highlighted that metal nanoparticles offer superior properties as compared to aqueous leaf extract.
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