Dual-Emission of Lanthanide Metal–Organic Frameworks Encapsulating Carbon-Based Dots for Ratiometric Detection of Water in Organic Solvents

Nitrogen and sulfur codoped carbon-based dots with strong blue light emission are encapsulated into red light-emitting europium metal–organic frameworks to form two color light-emitting nanohybrids

Yongqiang Dong; Jianhua Cai; Qingqing Fang; Xu You; Yuwu Chi

2016

Scholarcy highlights

  • Nitrogen and sulfur codoped carbon-based dots with strong blue light emission are encapsulated into red light-emitting europium metal–organic frameworks to form two color light-emitting nanohybrids
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  • When the Eu-MOFs/N,S-CDs are dispersed in water, the encapsulated N,S-CDs are released into solution while the red light emission of the Eu-MOFs is quenched due to the effect of O–H oscillators
  • The nanohybrids are used as the probe for the water content in organic solvents
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