Chlorine Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots
Chlorine Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots‚ Solution‚ CAS NO.: 7440-40-0
CAS NO.: 7440-40-0
Graphene quantum dots (GQDs) are nanoscale fragments of graphene that demonstrate strong quantum confinement and edge effects, resulting in a bandgap that is lacking in graphene. A bandgap in addition to tunable size, shape, and functionality gives GQDs a variety of unique and interesting properties, such as strong photoluminescence and outstanding electrical, thermal, and mechanical properties. Chlorine functionalized graphene quantum dots (Cl-GQDS), also called chlorine-doped GQDs, are capturing the interest of researchers specifically for antibacterial and photovoltaic applications.
Antibacterial - Cl-GQDs demonstrate enhanced singlet oxygen generating abilities, robust scavenging performance, and efficient rates of free radical production, all of which lend themselves well to pro- and antibacterial activities.
Photovoltaics - Raman studies show that G and 2D peaks of GQDs are softened by chlorine doping, resulting in n-type doping. In Cl-GQD based photovoltaic detectors, both light absorbing and electron-accepting roles for photodetection have been observed; the result is an exceptionally high ratio of photocurrent to dark current.
High-quality chlorine functionalized graphene quantum dots from ACS Material are available in concentrations up to 2mg/ml in water. These solutions are transparent under natural light and emit a blue light when exposed to UV light. Contact us today for more information about this or any of our other advanced nanomaterials. Trust ACS Material for all your advanced research material needs.
|Product No.||Product Name||Type||Carrier||Standard Concentration||Maximum Concentration||Size|
|GNQD0101||Blue Luminescent GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||20 mg/ml||100ml|
|GNQD0201||Aminated GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||20 mg/ml||100ml|
|GNQD0221||Aminated GQDs Powder||Powder||-||-||-||100mg|
|GNQD0301||Carboxylated GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||20 mg/ml||100ml|
|GNQD0701||Carboxylated GQDs Powder||Powder||-||-||-||100mg|
|GNQD0401||Chlorine Functionalized GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||2 mg/ml||100ml|
|GNQD0501||Green GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||10 mg/ml||100ml|
|GNQD0601||Hydroxylated GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||2 mg/ml||100ml|
|GQDW0101||Imidazole-Modified GQDs||Solution||Water||1 mg/ml||10 mg/ml||100ml|
|GQD001A1||Imidazole-Modified GQDs Powder||Powder||-||-||-||100mg|
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* Shelf life
- Carboxylated and Green GQDs: ~ 3 months;
- the rest of GQDs products:~ 6 months;
- recommand to use them as soon as possible after open the bottle.
Please contact us if you need products other than the standard concentration and carriers listed in the table.
Chlorine Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots
452 nm (reference only, actual value may vary)
1 mg/ml (available up to 2mg/ml)
Water‚Containing a little ethylene glycol
Emission Photos (1) of ACS Material Chlorine Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots Excited by Natural Light (left) and UV Light (right)
TEM Image (2) of ACS Material Chlorine Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots
Size Distribution (3) of ACS Material Chlorine Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots
Graphene quantum dots exhibit unique optical and electronic properties due to their quantum confinement and edge effects‚ and have a variety of novel applications‚ such as low-toxicity and photostable fluorescence probes for cell imaging and biosensing‚ low-cost acceptors for organic photovoltaic cells and light emitting diodes‚ a metal-free platform for surface-enhanced Raman scattering‚ and an upconverted sensitizer for modifying rutile TiO2 nanocrystals as a composite visible-light photocatalyst.
Conditions for safe storage:
Please use it as soon as possible and store at 4-24 oC in a tightly sealed container. Store in same type of container (glass/plastic) as shipped. Do not freeze.
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