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Green synthesis of crystalline silica from sugarcane bagasse ash: Physico-chemical properties
Sugarcane bagasse South Africa is an agricultural waste that poses many environmental and human health problems. Sugarcane bagasse dumps attract many insects that harm the health of the population and cause many diseases. ...
A review of the green synthesis of zno nanoparticles utilising Southern African indigenous medicinal plants
Metal oxide nanoparticles (NPs), such as zinc oxide (ZnO), have been researched extensively for applications in biotechnology, photovoltaics, photocatalysis, sensors, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals due to their unique ...
Antibacterial and photodegradation of organic dyes using lamiaceae-mediated zno nanoparticles: A review
The green synthesis of zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) using plant extracts has been receiving tremendous attention as an alternative to conventional physical and chemical methods. The Lamiaceae plant family is one ...
Polyethylene glycol (peg-400): An efficient one-pot green synthesis and anti-viral activity of novel α-diaminophosphonates
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2019)
An efficient and eco-friendly protocol has been accomplished for a series of novel a-diaminophosphonates by a one-pot, three-component system via Kabachnik-Fields reaction of 4,40 -methylenedianiline, a variety of ...
Green synthesis of silica and silicon from agricultural residue sugarcane bagasse ash – A mini review
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2023)
Silicon dioxide (SiO2), also known as silica, has received attention in recent years due to wide range of capable applications including biomedical/pharmaceutical, energy, food, and personal care products. This has accelerated ...