Title: Microwave-assisted facile green synthesis of noble metal nanoparticles with catalytic and biomedical implementations
Green nanotechnology offers the best resolution to reduce the adverse impact of nanotechnology products and utilization in minimizing the riskiness of nanotechnology. The generation of engineered materials is one of the essential breakthroughs in material science as well as nanotechnology. The current world is generated by moving these elements beyond the research laboratory (Shafey, 2020). The continuous growth of using nanomaterial and successful commercialization disruptive technology is essential for implementations to human as well as global development. Still, the critical interest lies in the potential wellbeing assessment and impacts of using these products in the environment.
Green synthesis is recommended more than the chemical one as its economical, eco-friendly, making it easily upscaled for bulky combination. In green synthesis, there are three significant regulations to be considered in green chemistry: selecting a non-toxic reducing agent, selecting an environmentally benign solvent, and selecting an economical and easily renewed in stabilizing reagent is chosen, for example, Agip (Shafey, 2020).