Anti-bacterial Activity of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles Biosynthesized by Gum Arabic extract
Keywords:CuONPs, Gum Arabic extract, Anti-bacterial Activity, E. coli
Copper oxide NPs produced using Gum Arabic extract and employed as anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agents in this work. The UV–visible absorption spectra revealed that the absorbance peak is around 224 nm, and the vibrational modes of phytochemicals in the extract analyzed using the FT-IR technique, which allows for material identification and information. The shape of copper oxide, which has a spherical nanoparticle and semi-spherical were really created with average diameter 36.47 nm through results FE-SEM. As-produced CuO nanoparticles being in the mixed crystalline phases of CuO and Cu2O with a predominant percentage of the CuO phase, according to an XRD analysis. Four bacterial strains and one fungal species were looked at using CuONPs. The results showed activation regions with diameters (20,21,22) mm this confirms the effectiveness of nanomaterial against bacterial and fungal activity.
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