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1 PhD student Department of Environmental Engineering, College of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Birjand

2 Department of Environmental Engineering, College of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Birjand


Nanotechnology could be a very important field of recent research dealing with medical, industrial, environment. Silver nanoparticles are the topics of researchers because of their distinctive properties (size, shape depending optical, antimicrobial, and electrical properties). The synthesis of safe nanoparticles by biological organisms is recommended due to the environmental friendliness and low costs compared to physical and chemical methods. Recently, researchers tend to use a biological synthesis of nanoparticles by biological methods such as plants. This research aimed to study on the rainfall level on the biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles by Lamiaceae family plants in different regions of Iran. T-test student was used to examining the relationship between the size of nanoparticles and rainfall, using spss version 22 software. The study shows phenol concentration in low rainfall areas is more than high rainfall area, which is the main factor for the synthesis of nanoparticles. The result of the study demonstrated that the highest size of synthesized nanoparticle is 50 nm and the lowest size 10 nm, which are related to high rainfall and low rainfall regions respectively. The results showed the relationship between synthetic nanoparticles sizes and rainfall are significant p-value


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