Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Journal of Environmental Monitoring
Source : Journal of Environmental Monitoring, Volume 5, Number 2, p.363-365 (2003)
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Keywords : adsorption, aqueous solution, article, chemical analysis, chemical interaction, Chlorinated, endosulfan, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Pollutants, extraction, Glass, Gold, Hydrocarbons, Insecticides, metal, Metals, nanoparticle, particle size, precipitation, priority journal, Silver, spectrophotometry
Campus : Coimbatore
School : Center for Nanosciences
Center : Amrita Center for Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine Move
Department : Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine
Year : 2003
Abstract : One of the most common pesticides in the developing world, endosulfan, can be detected in ppm levels using gold nanoparticles. Endosulfan adsorbs on the nanoparticle surface and upon interaction for a long time, the nanoparticles precipitate from the solution. Interaction with silver is weak, yet adsorption occurs leading to removal of endosulfan from the solution. A multilayer assembly of gold nanoparticles prepared on a glass substrate shows excellent spectrophotometric response suggesting potential applications.
Cite this Research Publication : S. A. Nair, Tom, R. T., and Pradeep, T., “Detection and extraction of endosulfan by metal nanoparticles”, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, vol. 5, pp. 363-365, 2003.