To Prepare and Evaluate Silver Nitrate Nanoparticles for Pharmaceutical Application

Himanshu Yadav * and Mukesh Kumar Gupta

Lords University, Chikani, Alwar, Bhiwadi Rd, Chikani, Rajasthan 301028, India


This study aimed to prepare and evaluate silver nitrate nanoparticles for pharmaceutical applications, by conducting synthesis and characterization of the nanoparticles and evaluating their potential use as a drug delivery system through in vitro studies. The research work concludes that the silver nanoparticles were prepared by green synthesis using Quercetin as a reducing agent. The study also looked at how environmental conditions such as temperature and light, and concentration of Quercetin and silver nitrate, affected the size, shape, and morphology of the particles. It was found that the nanoparticles were affected by changes in these conditions and maximum absorption was observed. The research also found that higher amounts of drug and/or silver nitrate in the synthesis resulted in larger particle size and aggregation. The size of the nanoparticles was found to be inversely proportional to temperature, with higher temperatures resulting in smaller particle size. The Quercetin synthesis of silver nanoparticles showed strong absorption and is being used in various pharmaceutical applications. The method used in the study is a green approach that offers chemical-free, non-toxic, and eco-friendly synthesis of silver nanoparticles.

Keywords: Dirac’s elegant, Relativistic, Newtonian point