Unique sizes and high bioavailability of metal oxide nanoparticles (MONP) allow for interacting directly with infectious agents, toxins, different chemical compounds and cell structures (proteins, lipids, nucleic acids). In some studies, it has been found that nanoparticles have the potential to be used in different forms, due to their less toxicity than microscopic materials. Todays, nanoparticle synthesis, which is a large research topic, has gained importance. For this purpose, physical, chemical and biological methods are used. Cobalt oxide (CoO) nanoparticles(NPs) have been used in many fields such as gas sensor, battery production and antimicrobial studies in nano size and has attracted much attention because of its potential applications.
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