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A hand-held "Nanoparticle Synthesizer" has been developed by us which can be used for synthesizing metal nanoparticles in a simple, rapid way

Submitted by Workbench Projects (@wp) (proposing) on Tuesday, 22 September 2015

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Abstract

Outline

A hand-held “Nanoparticle Synthesizer” has been developed by us which can be used for synthesizing metal nanoparticles in a simple, rapid way. The raw materials are Weed Plant Parthenium histeroporus leaf extract and silver nitrate. The hand-held device is cheap, power free, portable and contains microfluidic chip (PDMS) having microchannels. The total cost of the device may be around 100 rupees. An Indian Patent has been filed from IISc, Bengaluru for the device.

Speaker bio

S. C. G. Kiruba Daniel
Indian Institute of Science
http://nanodaniel.weebly.com/ https://www.facebook.com/kiruba.daniel

Comments

  • Printo Joseph (@printojoseph) 3 years ago

    Very cool innovation!

  • Prasobhkumar PP (@prasobhomi) 3 years ago

    Simple n powerful !

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