Rajakumari K.S

Rajakumari K.S
Vels University · Department of Biotechnology

Master of Technology

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Fish Collagen which is also called as Marine collagen has gained immense attention in the recent years as an appropriate alternative to mammalian collagen. Fish collagen is essentially the superhero of collagen sourced from animals. Fish collagen is made up of mostly Type 1 collagen, which makes up to 70 percent of total skin. Collagen is found to...
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Moringa oleifera commonly called as Drumstick tree is a multipurpose tree and it is widely present in the places like India, Asia, Africa, etc. Its leaves are emetic and their juices are used for medicinal purposes. Diabetes mellitus is a clinical syndrome with insufficient insulin secretion and abnormal glucose tolerance. It is a group of diseases...
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Pollution is something that causes harmful effect on humans, animals, marine organisms and many factors are involved in the control of pollution. Interestingly, algae involves in the control of pollution. Algae are mostly aquatic and found in marine habitat. They are classified on basis of pigmentation such as green algae, brown algae, yellow-green...
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Lignocellulosic biomass is the only suitable raw material as a sustainable renewable resource in the production of biofuels. Everyday there are tons and tons of second generation feed stock disposed of. These biodegradable wastes are a high rich source of carbohydrates, lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose. These wastes can be transformed to bioener...

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i didn't get ferric chloride hexahydrate (FeCl3.6H2O). I only have ferric chloride anhydrous. Shall i use FeCl3 instead of FeCl3.6H2O. please give me an advise..
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I have synthesized iron nanoparticles through methodology of green synthesis using plant extract and ferric chloride solution. When analyzed with UV-Vis spectrophotometer I'm getting straight lines too with the peak. What is the reason behind that? And I noticed that after two hours the peaks are changing every time. Is there any possible way to stabilize these nanoparticles for longer duration?

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