Highly Photoluminescent Carbon Dots Derived from Egg White: Facile and Green Synthesis, Photoluminescence Properties, and Multiple Applications

Carbon dots, which are superior fluorescent nanomaterials with low photobleaching, low toxicity, excellent biocompatibility, and low environmental hazard, have presented exciting opportunities in many fields

Zehui Zhang; Wenhui Sun; Peiyi Wu

2015

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  • Carbon dots, which are superior fluorescent nanomaterials with low photobleaching, low toxicity, excellent biocompatibility, and low environmental hazard, have presented exciting opportunities in many fields
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  • The carbonization, N-doping, and surface functionalization were realized at the same time
  • With a high quantum yield of 61%, the CDs were used as a probe for detecting metal ions and in living cell imaging
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