Towards efficient solid-state photoluminescence based on carbon-nanodots and starch composites.

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A new type of environmentally friendly phosphor based on carbon nanodots (CDs) has been developed through the dispersion of CDs by integrating the CDs with starch particles. The starch particles contain large numbers of hydroxyl groups around the surfaces, which can effectively absorb the CDs, whose surfaces are functionalized by lots of carboxyl and amide… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c4nr04034a

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@article{Sun2014TowardsES, title={Towards efficient solid-state photoluminescence based on carbon-nanodots and starch composites.}, author={Mingye Sun and Songnan Qu and Zhendong Hao and Wenyu Ji and Pengtao Jing and Hong Zhang and Liangliang Zhang and Jialong Zhao and Dezhen Shen}, journal={Nanoscale}, year={2014}, volume={6 21}, pages={13076-81} }