Co-reductive fabrication of carbon nanodots with high quantum yield for bioimaging of bacteria

Jiajun Wang, Xia Liu, Gesmi Milcovich, Tzu-Yu Chen, Edel Durack, Sarah Mallen, Yongming Ruan, Xuexiang Weng and Sarah P. Hudson

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 137–145. https://doi.org/10.3762/bjnano.9.16

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The general co-reduction method with urea and thiourea to obtain C-dots, the scale-up synthesis of C-dots, TEM and size distribution of Sb50, XRD patterns of Sa, Sb and Se, Raman spectra of Sa, Sb and Se, deconvoluted C 1s XPS spectra of different C-dots with peak area (A) ratios of the sp3 C or oxidized C to the sp2 C and deconvoluted N 1s XPS spectra of different C-dots with A ratios of the pyrrolic N to pyridinic N.
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