Enhanced photoluminescence properties of a carbon dot system through surface interaction with polymeric nanoparticles.

  title={Enhanced photoluminescence properties of a carbon dot system through surface interaction with polymeric nanoparticles.},
  author={Rebecca Momper and Julian Steinbrecher and M. Dorn and Irina R{\"o}rich and Simon A Bretschneider and Manuel Tonigold and C. Ramanan and S. Ritz and V. Mailaender and K. Landfester and M. Bannwarth},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  • Rebecca Momper, Julian Steinbrecher, +8 authors M. Bannwarth
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of colloid and interface science
  • HYPOTHESIS Carbon dot systems are highly surface sensitive fluorescent nanomaterials. In the presence of specific molecules or ions, the fluorescence properties can be strongly influenced. Often their fluorescent properties are activated or strongly enhanced through passivation agents such as polymer coatings. While several passivating polymers have been directly attached to the carbon dot systems, the interaction of carbon dot systems with the polymer surface of colloids has not been… CONTINUE READING
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