1st Edition

Green Nanoarchitectonics Smart Natural Materials

Edited By Kaushik Pal Copyright 2023
    314 Pages 36 Color & 23 B/W Illustrations
    by Jenny Stanford Publishing

    314 Pages 36 Color & 23 B/W Illustrations
    by Jenny Stanford Publishing

    This book explores recent developments in the design and synthesis of greener nanomaterials and their eco-friendly utilization at the industrial scale. It defines key material descriptors required for their successful employment in different applications and discusses their cost-effective synthesis from natural extracts. The text provides comprehensive links between the design/fabrication of nanoparticles and their catalytic performance (activity, selectivity, and stability) in various applications. The topics covered include photocatalysis, wastewater treatment, environmental ecology, medical biology, biotechnology, sensors, cosmetics, remediation, energy, and phytoformulation.

    1. Fundamental Research Trends of Green Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Archana S. Patil and Shailendra S. Suryawanshi

    2. Sources of Green Nanomaterials
    A. Manjceevan and K. Velauthamurty

    3. Hybrid Three-Dimensional (3D) Graphene Architecturesn for Photocatalysis of Noxious Pollutants
    Alvin Lim Teik Zheng and Yoshito Andou

    4. Green Nanomaterials Industrial Utilizations in Nanomedicine and Pharmaceuticals
    Praseetha P. Nair and Prabir Patra

    5. Green Nanomaterials in Photocatalysis Applications
    Meera A.P. and Reshma R. Pillai

    6. Green Nanomaterials for Wastewater Treatment Analysis
    Uyiosa Osagie Aigbe, Kingsley Eghonghon Ukhurebor, Robert Birundu Onyancha, et al.

    7. Significant Role of Green Nanomaterials in Wood-Based Industries: Environmental and Quality Strategies
    Ranjana Yadav

    8. Green Nanotechnology Research Avenue in Medicinal Biology
    Subhendu Chakroborty, Pravati Panda, M. V. B. Unnamatla, et al.

    9. Green Nanomaterials in Energy Applications and Sensor Implementations
    Kaushik Pal

    10. A New Hope to Green Nano-Biomedical Sciencen and Technical Utilization
    Suma Sarojini, Sonam Dhargyal, Indhu Philip, Soma Biswas, et al.

    11. Organometallic Nanomaterials Synthesis and Sustainable Green Nanotechnology Applications
    Mohammad Harun-Ur-Rashid and Abu Bin Imran

    12. Green Nanomaterials Revolution in Cosmetic Products and Skin Treatment
    Nahid Rehman and Anjana Pandey


    Kaushik Pal is an associate professor and group leader at the University Centre for Research and Development, Chandigarh University, India. He received his PhD from the University of Kalyani, India, as well as esteemed Honorís Causà Doctor of Science from IKTBN (Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia). He is a recipient of the European Union’s Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship, Chinese Academy of Science Fellowship, and Brain Korea (BK-21) National Research Foundation Visiting Scientist Fellowship. Prof. Pal has published more than 135 articles in peer-reviewed top-tier international journals, 28 edited books, and 20 book chapters. He has organized 34 international and 4 national conferences and workshops and contributed to more than 35 international conferences as a plenary/ keynote speaker.