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Review Article

A Review on Properties, Synthesis, Surface Functionalization and Application of Nanodiamonds for Antimicrobial Activity

Author(s): Vandana Tyagi*, Amrish Chandra, Neelam Dhankhar and Bhavna Tyagi

Volume 7, Issue 3, 2022

Published on: 23 May, 2022

Page: [193 - 201] Pages: 9

DOI: 10.2174/2405461507666220308143436

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Abstract

Diamond is a metastable carbon allotrope. Microdiamonds are monocrystalline diamonds with particle sizes of less than 100 nm that have been explored over the last few decades. Nanodiamonds are particularly appealing to provide a variety of possible applications due to their superior mechanical and optical qualities, wide surface area, ease of bioconjugation, and high biocompatibility. In recent years, NDs have gotten a lot of attention in nanomedicine, and some significant progress has been made. The methods for creating various kinds of nanodiamonds are generalized, including detonation, CVD, hydrothermal and High-Pressure, High-Temperature Microdiamond Milling procedures. The characteristics, properties, synthesis, structure and surface functionalization, and applications of nanodiamonds for antimicrobial activity are discussed in this review paper.

Keywords: Nanodiamonds, antimicrobial, structure, functionalization, applications, synthesis.

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