Biosynthesis of Silver nanoparticles using Olive Wastewater

Biosynthesis of the metallic nanoparticle is gaining importance because it is a single-step process, nontoxic, environmentally acceptable, and easily scaled up. The present study investigated the biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) via reacting olive wastewater filtrate (OWF) with silver nitrate, and the formation of AgNPs was confirmed by a color change of the reaction mixture and visible spectrophotometry. Additionally, the influence of pH, reaction time, AgNO3 concentration, temperature, and OWF volume on the proposed method was investigated. It was found that with increasing the mentioned parameters, the formation of the AgNPs was increased under the experimental conditions. The results showed that OWF represented a promising material for the biosynthesis of AgNPs.

Authors: Abdounasser Albasher Omar, Nawal Abdurazq Ahmad, Mawada Moftah Rajab, Nour Elhoda Berrisha, Amani Almabrouk Alnakkaa, Bushra Adel Alshareef, Rana Rajab QadmourĀ 

Published in Journal of Materials NanoScience


Author: ScienceIn

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