Luminescent carbogenic dots for the detection and determination of hemoglobin in real samples

The present results suggest that the formation of luminescent carbogenic polymeric dots occurs as a side reaction during the synthesis of SnO2 NCs that results in highly fluorescent as-synthesized products

Farwa Arshad; Ayan Pal; Tipu Alam; Javed Alam Khan; Md Palashuddin Sk

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • 4,7,10-Trioxa-1,13-tridecanediamine is widely used for surface passivation during the synthesis of 0D quantum dots, whereas alcohol is commonly used as the reaction medium
  • It is surmised that the oxidative coupling of TTDDA takes place initially, resulting in polymeric fragments
  • A fluorescent test strip fabricated with carbogenic dots was prepared for the rapid on-spot determination of Hb
  • The presence of trace amounts of blood in human urine was detected with a fluorescent test strip using the turn-off photoluminescence of Cdots
  • The present results suggest that the formation of luminescent carbogenic polymeric dots occurs as a side reaction during the synthesis of SnO2 NCs that results in highly fluorescent as-synthesized products
  • Luminescent carbogenic dots for the detection and determination of hemoglobin in real samples

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