A Review on plant mediated selenium nanoparticles and its applications Selenium nanoparticles

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Rajeshkumar S
Jayapriya J
Lakshmi T

Keywords

Nanoparticles, Selenium nanoparticles, Green synthesis, Plant extract

Abstract

Nanotechnology explores a variety of promising approaches in the area of biomedical sciences. For biogenesis of selenium nanoparticles different parts of a plant are used as they contain metabolites such as alkaloids, flavonoids, phenols, proteins and other phytochemicals which act as bio reducing agent to produce and stabilize nanoparticles. Nanotechnology also widely practiced in medicine, agriculture and many other technologies. The current review, focussed on green synthesis and its latest developments for the fabrication of selenium nanoparticles. This research article also summarises selenium nanoparticle and different plants individually combined along with their characterization such as UV- Vis spectroscopy, Transmission electron microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, etc., which specified the range, shape, size and other specification to easily identify and explore the studies further.

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