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Green Synthesis

Green synthesis is defined as the synthesis of nanoparticles using environmentally friendly sources such as bacteria, fungi, and plants. These appealing green strategies are free of the drawbacks that come with traditional synthetic techniques, i.e. they are environmentally friendly. Green synthesis is regarded as a crucial method for reducing the negative impacts of standard nanoparticle synthesis methods routinely used in laboratories and industry. It is a quick and easy way to make a variety of physiologically active chemicals with different molecular configurations. Green synthesis reduces the risk of harmful residues being released into the environment by using environmentally friendly reagents as reducing and capping agents.

  • Green synthesis of nanoparticles
  • Green synthesis of organic, labelled and hybrid compounds
  • Metal nanoparticles
  • Nanoparticles of other chemical compounds
  • General synthesis methods of green chemistry
Committee Members
Speaker at Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy 2022 - Leon Burgess

Leon Burgess

Technology Director and Owner of CalAlSil™, Australia
Speaker at Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy 2022 - Michael Zharnikov

Michael Zharnikov

Heidelberg University, Germany
Speaker at Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy 2022 - Cristian Ravariu

Cristian Ravariu

University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
Speaker at Green Chemistry and Renewable Energy 2022 - Vineet Singh Sikarwar

Vineet Singh Sikarwar

Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

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