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Intrinsically fluorescent carbon dots with tunable emission derived from hydrothermal treatment of glucose in the presence of monopotassium phosphate

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Abstract

A facile method is developed to synthesize intrinsically fluorescent carbon dots by hydrothermal treatment of glucose in the presence of monopotassium phosphate. The fluorescence emission of the carbon dots thus produced is tunable by simply adjusting the concentration of monopotassium phosphate.

Graphical abstract: Intrinsically fluorescent carbon dots with tunable emission derived from hydrothermal treatment of glucose in the presence of monopotassium phosphate

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Submitted
06 Aug 2011
Accepted
06 Sep 2011
First published
19 Sep 2011

Chem. Commun., 2011,47, 11615-11617
Article type
Communication

Intrinsically fluorescent carbon dots with tunable emission derived from hydrothermal treatment of glucose in the presence of monopotassium phosphate

Z. Yang, M. Wang, A. M. Yong, S. Y. Wong, X. Zhang, H. Tan, A. Y. Chang, X. Li and J. Wang, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 11615
DOI: 10.1039/C1CC14860E

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