Biosynthesis of Manganese Dioxide Nanoparticles and Optimization of Reaction Variables
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Biosynthesis is an efficient and environmentally friendly process used to synthesize nanoparticles. This study presents a simple, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective method for synthesizing manganese dioxide nanoparticles from aqueous manganese (II) acetate using lemon extract as a reducing agent. Turmeric extract (curcumin) was employed to stabilize the biosynthesized nanoparticles. UV-visible spectroscopy was used to evaluate the concentration of nanoparticles at 350 nm wavelength ..read more
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A Review Study on the Sources of Biosynthesis of Nanoparticles from Different Organisms and Their Applications in Nanomedicine
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Nowadays nanoparticles is gaining much attention across the world among the researchers. From last few decades, green nanotechnology also emerging as a significant approach in order to synthesize and fabricate the nanoparticles from different organisms. This green route stabilizing the agents from biological agent for the formation of nanoparticles. The present review article aims is to elaborate the ongoing emergence of nanoparticle formulation from different microbiota ..read more
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Hybridized Luminescent Lanthanide Super Crystals Used as Spectral Convertors to Increase Photoconductivity in Opto-Electronic Devices
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Discovering new forms of energy has been essential for the innovation of more efficient technologies in the future and is a phenomenon in optical and scientific industries worldwide. A solar cell converts electromagnetic radiation or artificial light into energy due to the photovoltaic effect. Solar cell efficiency has increased over the years due to different device material and design. Lanthanide elements are the interest for solar cell research due to their absorption of lost photons by utilizing the photoelectric effect ..read more
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Commentary on “Review on Nanocrystalline Silicon Thin Films for Heterojunction Solar Cells”
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The article presents a commentary for the recent publication on nanocrytalline silicon thin films for heterojunction solar (SHJ) cells. The aim of the communication is to highlight some of the important mechanism discussed in the report for improved structure and interface properties which results in better device fill factor and hence enhanced efficiency. Furthermore, the discussion has been extended to present some of the recent literatures which have followed the similar guidelines for material synthesis with improved optical gain in applications of SHJ solar cells ..read more
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Assessment of Stability of Early Loaded Nano Coated Hydroxyapatite Implants in Posterior Maxilla
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Aim: The aim of the study was to assess the stability after early loading of nano coated hydroxyapatite implants in posterior maxilla. Methodology: This study was conducted on nine patients with at least a missing one maxillary posterior tooth. Ten Nano-coated hydroxyapatite implants (ETIII NH implant by Hiossen) were inserted in nine patients, and then subjected to early loading according to the secondary stability readings taken by Osstell ..read more
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The Effect of Nano-Encapsulated Orlistat on Prostate Cancer: An In vitro Study
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4M ago
Background: The targeted inhibition of fatty acid synthase (FASN) by Orlistat, a potent FASN inhibitor, has been shown to block tumor proliferation and induce apoptosis in cultured tumor cells. Since Orlistat is insoluble, its solubility in blood circulation is limited. Cancer nanotherapeutics are rapidly progressing and are being implemented to solve several limitations of conventional drug delivery systems ..read more
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Luminescent MOFs Based on Thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole as a Chemosensor for the Detection of Environmental Contaminants
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4M ago
Luminescent metal-organic frameworks (LMOFs) are considered special candidates for the sensation and detection of particular analytes. Thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles (TTZs) are an ideal type of heterocycles for fluorophores with π-bridge moieties demonstrating structure-function characteristics. LMOFs with excellent sensing properties can be constructed by incorporating heterocyclic aromatic thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole into the framework.  ..read more
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Enhanced Structural and Morphological Properties of Doped Cobalt Zinc Ferrite
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8M ago
(where x = 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, and 0.3) ferrites are prepared by a coprecipitation method to study the effect of Mn ons on the structural and morphological properties. These ferrites are characterized by X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), and Fourier transform infrared. X-ray diffraction patterns of the prepared samples confirm partial substitution of Mn ions that does not change the basic structure of Co ..read more
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Oxidation and TD-DFT of Toxic Acriflavine Hydrochloride Dye by Potassium Permanganate in Neutral Media: Kinetics and Removal of Dyes from Wastewater
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10M ago
Fabrication of dye thin films is accomplished through physical vapor deposition with a thickness of 150 ± 5 nm. Kinetically, the reduction of permanganate ion as a multi-equivalent oxidant by acriflavine hydrochloride (ACFH) in a neutral medium has been studied spectrophotometrically. In the presence of a pseudo-first-order reaction, the experimental results suggest fractional first-order kinetics in [ACFH] and a first-order dependency in [MnO ..read more
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Key Features in the Design and Function of Nanocarriers for Intranasal Administration of Gene Therapy in Huntington Disease
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A major obstacle to fulfilling the therapeutic promise of gene therapies for hereditary brain diseases, such as Huntington’ Disease (HD), is the requirement for viral vectors and/or an invasive delivery system (stereotaxic injection into brain or infusion into the intrathecal space). HD is an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative disease for which several clinical trials have demonstrated gene-lowering effects following intrathecal administration ..read more
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