Synthesis Of Nanoparticle Using Abutilon Indicum And Cassia Tora - An Ecofriendly Approach
Nanoparticles have extraordinary and attractive properties due to their small size, large surface area and superior reactivity. Green synthesis of nanoparticle is a cost effective and environment friendly method. Plant based nanoparticles can be used in agriculture, pharmaceutical and drug delivery.Cassia tora also called Senna Tora grows wildly in tropics is considered a weed in many places.It is used for treating skin diseases such as itching, ring worm and also for snake bites.In this work iron oxide nanoparticle are synthesized using green, cost effective fast and easy method by aqueous leaf extract of cassia Tora, which acts as a reducing agent. Plant mediated silver nanoparticle synthesis has been reported as a good alternative for physical and chemical methods nano scaled silver were synthesized from the plant extract of Abutilon indicum under atmospheric conditions through green synthesis of silver nanoparticle. A systematic characterization of silver nanoparticles and iron oxide nano particle was performed using UV, FT-IR, and antimicrobial studies. The novelty of this study is to comprehend a suitable biocompatible herbal reductant for biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles at a very cost-effective level and the results are quite encouraging.