Background

Silver nanoparticles (AgNP) are frequently utilized metallic nanoparticles in healthcare systems. In this investigation, AgNP was produced employing β-sitosterol and Woodfordia fruticosa gel for the purpose of ameliorating wound healing.

Methods

The characterization of AgNP was conducted via SEM and spectrophotometry analysis. Simultaneously, a solution with a concentration of 1 ​mM of silver nitrate was prepared by dissolving 16.99 ​mg of silver nitrate in 100 ​ml of distilled water. Subsequently, the API and the silver nitrate solution were utilized in the synthesis of silver nanoparticles. The physicochemical properties, stability, and morphology of the synthesized silver nanoparticles were evaluated through various techniques, such as zeta potential analysis and electron microscopy. These techniques were employed for the purpose of assessing the aforementioned properties. Following the gel preparation, an assessment of the gel was performed.

Result

The investigation successfully produced silver nanoparticles (AgNP) using β-sitosterol and Woodfordia fruticosa gel. To characterize the synthesized AgNP, various techniques were employed, including SEM and spectrophotometry analysis. A 1 ​mM solution of silver nitrate was prepared and used in the synthesis process, and the physicochemical properties, stability, and morphology of the AgNP were assessed through zeta potential analysis and electron microscopy.

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