Green Synthesis of Magnesium Oxide Nanoparticles by Using Mangifera indica Leaves Extract
Cost-efficient and environmentally friendly green synthesis like metallic nanomaterials is a rapidly growing research through nanotechnology. The present research article's synthesizing of magnesium hydroxide nanoparticles utilizing Mangifera indica leaf extracts has been examined through Fourier – transform particle size and evaluated through spectrometry and electron microscopy. Preliminary phytochemical analyses like M. indica leaf extracts have been conducted, and MGONPS have been ready through M. indica leaf extracts while allowed to treat for magnesium nitrate. Eventually, different functional factions within phytoconstituents and the shape of an MGONPS have been recognized through FTIR and SEM analysis. Existence like MGONPS within green extricate has affirmed through the change in color through the yellowy orange of about brownish coloring. Fourier transform infrared analysis revealed its effect on various structural features between frequency spectrum 400 and 4000/cm. SEM analysis revealed its nanometric amount, like magnesium particulate, which it created. Cost-effective and environmentally favorable Green synthesis of Metallic Nanoparticles is a fast-growing research in nanotechnology.
Keywords:Green Synthesis, Magnesium Oxide, Nanoparticles, Mangifera indica
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