Review on Green synthetic approaches and applications of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles
J Laxmi mangamma, D Ramadevi, M Ramesh Babu, K Basavaiah
Zinc oxide nanoparticles, wurtzite, Spray pyrolysis, Green Synthesis
Nanomaterials are particles that have a nanoscale dimension. Nanoparticles are very small particles that have better catalytic reactivity, thermal conductivity, non-linear optical performance, and chemical stability because they have a lot of surface area to volume. There are three types of zinc oxide: wurtzite, zinc blende, and rocksalt. They are all inorganic materials that can be used to make electricity. There are many ways to make ZnO. These include sol–gel processing, homogeneous precipitation, mechanical milling, organic synthesis, microwave method, spray pyrolysis, thermal evaporation, and so on and so forth. Green synthesis processes have been used to make ZnO nanoparticles so that they don't harm the environment. This is how it works: ZnO has different chemical and physical properties. It can be used in many different fields. zinc oxide is used in many different things, from medicine to agriculture, paints to chemicals, and tyres to ceramics. Zinc oxide is important because it can be used in many different things. In the food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries, the plant-based nanoparticle has a lot of potential. This makes it a big area of study.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

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