Reduction of silver (I) using defatted cashew nut shell starch and its structural comparison with commercial product.

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In this current study, we report on the reduction of noble metal silver into silver nanoparticles using defatted cashew nut shell (CNS) starch as both the reducing and capping agents. Furthermore, it was compared with commercially available silver nanopowder for the first time. Color changes, ultraviolet-visible spectra (433.76nm), X-ray diffraction peaks… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2015.06.097

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@article{Velmurugan2015ReductionOS, title={Reduction of silver (I) using defatted cashew nut shell starch and its structural comparison with commercial product.}, author={Palanivel Velmurugan and Jung-Hee Park and Sang-Myeong Lee and Jum-Suk Jang and Young-Joo Yi and Sang-Sub Han and Sang-Hyun Lee and Kwang-Min Cho and Min Hyun Cho and Byung-taek Oh}, journal={Carbohydrate polymers}, year={2015}, volume={133}, pages={39-45} }