Green synthesis of bimetallic nanoparticles from green tea leaf extract

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Authors

  • Le Hong Minh (Corresponding Author) Institute of New Technology, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • To Phuong Linh Institute of New Technology, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Nguyen Thi Thu Huong Institute of New Technology, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Nguyen Quang Ly Trường Sĩ quan Lục quân 1
  • Nguyen Trung Duc Faculty of Chemistry, VNU University of Science

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.85.2023.65-72

Keywords:

Green synthesis; Bimetallic nanoparticles; Polyphenol; Green tea extract.

Abstract

Zero-valent iron could effectively treat many different types of pollutants in the environment, such as chlorine organic compounds, heavy metals and some other inorganic substances. The combination of a metal catalyst with iron was increased the efficiency of pollutant removal, especially persistent organic compounds (POPs). Sustainable, environmentally friendly nanosynthetic methods were gaining more and more attention. In this sutdy, a method using non-toxic chemicals, environment-friendly solvents, simple process was decribes. Bimetallic nano materials Fe/Ni, Cu/Ni were synthesied by using green tea leaf extract in water solvent. In which, the mass of metal nanoparticles was formed the most at the second iron/metal salt molar ratio of 3:1. The optimal conditions for the synthesis of materials were: 12h time, 50 oC temperature, neutral pH.

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Published

28-02-2023

How to Cite

Lê, M., Tô Phương Linh, Nguyễn Thị Thu Hương, Nguyễn Quang Lý, and Nguyễn Trung Đức. “Green Synthesis of Bimetallic Nanoparticles from Green Tea Leaf Extract”. Journal of Military Science and Technology, vol. 85, Feb. 2023, pp. 65-72, doi:10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.85.2023.65-72.

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