Green nanotechnology seeks eco-friendly solutions, capable of generating efficient nanotechnological protocols with low or no environmental impact. These nanosystems are marked out by intermolecular and supramolecular interactions capable of stabilizing the nanostructures and making nanotechnology effective. Many synthesis methodologies are being developed that involve a variety of biological sources. Among them, it can highlight biosynthesis using plant extracts. They are simple, cheap syntheses and have a fast reaction and low energy consumption. The dispersive vegetable medium is very complex due to its biomolecules. Extraction protocols must be established in order to isolate molecules efficient in colloidal stabilization. However, a lot has to be understood about these systems so that the present interactions have reproducible behavior worldwide.
Green nanotechnology; Intermolecular interactions; Supramolecular interactions; Dispersive medium; Nanostructures; Nanomaterials