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“…Although, CuNPs can be highly susceptible to oxygen and become oxide, it is possible to protect these nanoparticles safe from oxidation agents by a protein or carbohydrates matrix. In contrast, some scientists assume that many ionic metal nanoparticles that have oxidation toward oxygen, such as copper oxide, can be counted as practical bactericidal agents when they are mixed with unusual crystals, therefore, they have crystal morphologies, and extremely high surface areas (Wani and Lone 2019). Arguably, TiO 2 activated by UV radiation has the highest prevalence of the utilization photocatalyst as it has high potential to destroy any kind of pathogenic microorganism including both Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria (Huang et al 2017).…”
Section: Preservationmentioning