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Green Synthesis of Copper Nanoparticles Using Ocimum sanctum L. (Tulsi) and Piper nigrum L. (Pepper Seed) for Pollution Free Environment

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Synthesis of nanoparticles using plant leaf extract is an eco-friendly, non-toxic and cost efficient approach in the field of nanotechnology. In this study, biosynthesis of stable copper nanoparticles were prepared by using Ocimum sanctum and Piper nigrum extract. These biosynthesized Cu nanoparticles were characterized with the help of X-Ray diffraction (XRD), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Fourier transforms infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The crystalline size of the Copper Nanoparticles prepared from Tulsi extract is little smaller than Copper nanoparticles prepared from Pepper extract. SEM images of Copper nanoparticles showed that the cluster formation, presence of smaller and larger grains. FTIR analysis revealed that the functional groups present in the Copper nanoparticles prepared from both Tulsi and Pepper extracts. Thus, this method can be used for rapid and ecofriendly biosynthesis of stable copper nanoparticles and can be used for catalytic agent, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-biotic, nanosensor, super conducting material, solar cell applications.
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  • Department of Physics, Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, S.V Mills post, Udumalpet - 642128, Tamil Nadu, India
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  • Department of Physics, Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, S.V Mills post, Udumalpet - 642128, Tamil Nadu, India
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  • Department of Physics, Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, S.V Mills post, Udumalpet - 642128, Tamil Nadu, India
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  • Department of Physics, Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, S.V Mills post, Udumalpet - 642128, Tamil Nadu, India
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  • Department of Physics, Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, S.V Mills post, Udumalpet - 642128, Tamil Nadu, India
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  • Department of Physics, Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, S.V Mills post, Udumalpet - 642128, Tamil Nadu, India
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