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Part 1, Synthesis of various types of Silver NMs
1. Nanosynthetic and ecofriendly Approaches to produce green silver nanoparticles: A Note from The Editor
2. Chemical reduction methods for synthesis of silver nanoparticles
3. Chemical and green production of Silver nanocomposites
4. Core-shell silver nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and applications
5. Bimetallic silver nanoparticles: green synthesis, characterization and bio-efficacy
Part 2, Biogenic and plant-mediated synthesis
6. Decoration of carbon nanomaterials with biogenic silver nanoparticles
7. Bio-mediated synthesis of Silver Nano particles via microwave Assisted Technique and their Biological Applications
8. Biodegradable Gum: as a green source for silver nanoparticles
9. Bio-mediated synthesis of silver nanoparticles via conventional and irradiation-assisted methods and their application agroecosystems
10. Biogenic Silver Nanoparticles: New Trends and Applications
Part 3, Plant synthesis
11. Plant extract and agricultural waste mediated synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their biochemical activities
12. Synthetic methods, properties, and uses of silver nanoparticles obtained from leaf extracts
13. Medicinal Plant Extract Mediated Biogenic Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles: A New Age in Nanomedicine to Combat Multi-Drug-Resistant Pathogens
Part 4, Microbial synthesis
14. Mycosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles: Mechanism and Applications
15. Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticle from Mushroom: Safety and Applications
16. Microbially Synthesized Silver Nanoparticles: Mechanism and Advantages – A Review
17. Microbial synthesis of Silver nanoparticles using Actinobacteria
18. Role of Bacteria and Actinobacteria in the biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles
19. Biogenic synthesis of silver nanoparticles using lichens
20. Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Algae: application and progress
21. Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using actinomycetes
22. Advantages of silver nanoparticles synthesized by microorganisms in antibacterial activity
Part 5, Mechanism, toxicity, fate, commercial production
23. Methodology for synthesizing silver nanoparticles
24. Silver Nanoparticles Synthesis Mechanisms
25. Toxicity of Silver Nanoparticles in Aquatic life: Fate, Accumulations and Mechanisms
26. Silver nanoparticles in natural eco-system: fate, transport and toxicity
27. Strategies for scaling up of green-synthesized nanomaterial
Green Synthesis of Silver Nanomaterials illustrates how to biologically scale up silver nanoparticle synthesis. This book covers green synthesis of silver nanomaterials, via plants, agricultural waste, fungi, and microorganisms. Sections cover the synthesis and characterization of chemical and green synthesis, various types of silver nanomaterialism, the ability of different fungal species, such as filamentous fungi, to produce silver nanoparticles, the microbial synthesis of silver NMs, biosynthesis mechanisms, toxicity, fate and commercialization. As examples, greener pathways and mechanisms, toxicity of silver nanoparticles in aquatic life and in natural eco-systems, and strategies for the scaling up of green-synthesized nanomaterials are discussed.
With the extended work in enhancing nanomaterials synthesis performance, and discovering their biomedical, environmental, and agricultural applications, it is hoped that the execution of these methods on a large scale and their industrial applications in different fields will take place in the near future.
- Assesses the impact of a large variety of silver-based nanostructures in the biomedical, environmental and agri-food sectors
- Discusses the major synthesis methods used for effectively processing plant-based silver nanoparticles
- Outlines the potential and major challenges for adopting green synthesis methods on a mass scale
Materials scientists and engineers
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st November 2021
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Dr Kamel Ahmed Abd-Elsalam is a Research Professor, specialising in molecular plant pathologist in the Agricultural Research Center at the Plant Pathology Research Institute, Egypt. His areas of research are plant pathogenic fungi, using a polyphasic approach based on multilocus phylogeny (gene-barcoding) and its correlation with polyphasic characters. His current research interests include developing, improving and deploying plant biosecurity diagnostic platforms and response tools, understanding and exploiting pathogen genomes and developing new nanotechnology-based platforms and materials.
Research Professor, Agricultural Research Center, Plant Pathology Research Institute, Egypt
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