GREEN SYNTHESIS OF NANOSTRUCTURED ALUMINUM: ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY AND DYE DEGRADATION.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 2640-2654
AbstractIn the world the industrialization is increased very fastly. Most of time various dyes are used in industries like textile, plastic, food, colour etc. Most of these industries put their waste in water like river, lakes. This is responsible for the water pollution. Due to large discharge of such dyes there is increase in water pollution, significantly these can be removed by the traditional method. There is need to develop the simple method for the dye degradation before discharging into environment. To eliminate environmental pollution, we have synthesized the green nanoparticles using waste rind of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus). We develop simple method for synthesis of green aluminum oxide nanoparticles. The formation of various nanoparticles is confirmed by the various spectral analyses. These nanoparticles used for degradation of Methyl red and Congo red in sunlight. The green aluminum oxide nanoparticles show the excellent rate of the degradation. These green aluminum oxide nanoparticles also show the excellent antimicrobial activity by zone of inhibition method.
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