A Review on Carbon Nanoparticles (CNPs): Synthesis, Mechanism of Antimicrobial Action, Applications and Toxicity Effect
Review: Review on Carbon Nanoparticles
CNPs are nanoparticles of carbon in the range of 1nm and 100 nm possessing exceptional physical, biochemical, optical and electrical properties. They may be 0-D, 1-D or 2-D based on their dimensions relevant to nano scale and can be formed by several techniques and processing methods possessed distinguishable properties. They can perform immense antibacterial movements and also retain nano toxicity. The paper discuss various production methods of CNPs and also provide a comprehensive view of their applications in medical field especially and various other fields like energy sectors and environmental protection. The previous paper describes the future outlook of carbon nano devices and that they had become and are still growing as an essential component in most of the fields.