Influence of Inert and Oxidizing Atmospheres on the Physical and Optical Properties of Luminescent Carbon Dots Prepared through Pyrolysis of a Model Molecule.

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This work used L-tartaric acid as a model molecule to evaluate how the use of inert and oxidizing atmospheres during pyrolysis affected the physical and optical properties of the resulting carbon dots (CDs). Pyrolysis revealed to be a simple procedure that afforded CDs in a single step, dismissed the addition of organic solvents, and involved only one… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/chem.201504234

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@article{Machado2016InfluenceOI, title={Influence of Inert and Oxidizing Atmospheres on the Physical and Optical Properties of Luminescent Carbon Dots Prepared through Pyrolysis of a Model Molecule.}, author={Cl{\'a}udia Emanuele Machado and Let{\'i}cia Gazola Tartuci and Hon{\'o}ria de F{\'a}tima Gorgulho and Luiz Fernando Cappa de Oliveira and Jefferson Bettini and Daniela Pereira dos Santos and Jefferson Luis Ferrari and Marco Schiavon}, journal={Chemistry}, year={2016}, volume={22 13}, pages={4556-63} }