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ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS

Yıl 2021, Cilt 22, Sayı 4, 366 - 377, 29.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.18038/estubtda.991595

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A facile, low cost, and one-pot hydrothermal reaction method is utilized to synthesized highly stable and durable carbon quantum dots (CQDs) by using laurus nobilis leaves as a carbon source. Laurus nobilis leaves were subjected to hydrothermal reaction at 175 °C for 10 h. The color of obtained CQDs under UV-light is bright blue fluorescence. The excitation dependent fluorescent emission of the prepared CQDs was observed and the obtained CQDs gives maximum emission at 425 nm when excited at 344 nm. The absorption peak of the CQDs is located at 279 nm. Furthermore, the synthesized CQDs can be consumed as a fluorescent ink for security, encryption and information storage applications. Combining with good stability and water solubility, unique fluorescence properties and its low-cost, CQDs can also be used as a next generation fluorescent ink alternative to traditional fluorescent ink for anti-counterfeiting.

Kaynakça

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  • 19. Uriarte D, Domini C, Garrido M. New carbon dots based on glycerol and urea and its application in the determination of tetracycline in urine samples. Talanta. 2019; 201: 143–8.
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  • 24. Zhou L, Li Z, Liu Z, Ren J, Qu X. Luminescent carbon dot-gated nanovehicles for ph-triggered intracellular controlled release and imaging. Langmuir. 2013; 29: 6396–403.
  • 25. Huang Q, Zeng D, Li H, Xie C. Room temperature formaldehyde sensors with enhanced performance, fast response and recovery based on zinc oxide quantum dots/graphene nanocomposites. Nanoscale. 2012; 4: 5651–8.
  • 26. Kumar A, Chowdhuri AR, Laha D, Mahto TK, Karmakar P, Sahu SK. Green synthesis of carbon dots from Ocimum sanctum for effective fluorescent sensing of Pb2+ ions and live cell imaging. Sensors Actuators, B Chem. 2017; 242: 679–86.
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  • 28. Shen J, Shang S, Chen X, Wang D, Cai Y. Facile synthesis of fluorescence carbon dots from sweet potato for Fe3 + sensing and cell imaging. Mater Sci Eng C. 2017; 76: 856–64.
  • 29. Xu H, Yang X, Li G, Zhao C, Liao X. Green Synthesis of Fluorescent Carbon Dots for Selective Detection of Tartrazine in Food Samples. J Agric Food Chem. 2015; 63: 6707–14.
  • 30. Eskalen H. Influence of carbon quantum dots on electro–optical performance of nematic liquid crystal. Appl Phys A. 2020; 126: 1–10.
  • 31. Aslan M, Eskalen H. A study of carbon nanodots (carbon quantum dots) synthesized from tangerine juice using one-step hydrothermal method. Fullerenes Nanotub Carbon Nanostructures. 2021; 0: 1–8.
  • 32. ÇEŞME M, ESKALEN H. Green synthesis of carbon quantum dots from sumac: characterization and investigation with cyclic voltammetry technique. Cumhur Sci J. 2020; 41: 808–14.
  • 33. Atchudan R, Edison TNJI, Sethuraman MG, Lee YR. Efficient synthesis of highly fluorescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots for cell imaging using unripe fruit extract of Prunus mume. Appl Surf Sci. 2016; 384: 432–41.
  • 34. Zheng JX, Liu XH, Yang YZ, Liu XG, Xu BS. Rapid and green synthesis of fluorescent carbon dots from starch for white light-emitting diodes. Xinxing Tan Cailiao/New Carbon Mater. 2018; 33: 276–88.
  • 35. Wang L, Zhou HS. Green synthesis of luminescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots from milk and its imaging application. Anal Chem. 2014; 86: 8902–5.
  • 36. Zhang X, Wang H, Ma C, Niu N, Chen Z, Liu S, et al. Seeking value from biomass materials: Preparation of coffee bean shell-derived fluorescent carbon dots via molecular aggregation for antioxidation and bioimaging applications. Mater Chem Front. 2018; 2: 1269–75.
  • 37. Song P, Zhang L, Long H, Meng M, Liu T, Yin Y, et al. A multianalyte fluorescent carbon dots sensing system constructed based on specific recognition of Fe(III) ions. RSC Adv. 2017; 7: 28637–46.
  • 38. Murugan N, Prakash M, Jayakumar M, Sundaramurthy A, Sundramoorthy AK. Green synthesis of fluorescent carbon quantum dots from Eleusine coracana and their application as a fluorescence ‘turn-off’ sensor probe for selective detection of Cu 2+. Appl Surf Sci. 2019; 476: 468–80.
  • 39. Dineshkumar R, Murugan N, Abisha Rani JM, Arthanareeswari M, Kamaraj P, Devikala S, et al. Synthesis of highly fluorescent carbon dots from Plectranthus amboinicus as a fluorescent sensor for Ag+ ion. Mater Res Express. 2019; 6: 104006.
  • 40. Murugan N, Sundramoorthy AK. Green synthesis of fluorescent carbon dots from Borassus flabellifer flowers for label-free highly selective and sensitive detection of Fe3+ ions. New J Chem. 2018; 42: 13297–307.
  • 41. Eskalen H, Çeşme M, Kerli S, Özğan Ş. Green synthesis of water-soluble fluorescent carbon dots from rosemary leaves: Applications in food storage capacity, fingerprint detection, and antibacterial activity. J Chem Res. 2020;: 174751982095382.
  • 42. Baker SN, Baker GA. Luminescent carbon nanodots: Emergent nanolights. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition. 2010; 49: 6726–44.
  • 43. Mehta VN, Jha S, Basu H, Singhal RK, Kailasa SK. One-step hydrothermal approach to fabricate carbon dots from apple juice for imaging of mycobacterium and fungal cells. Sensors Actuators, B Chem. 2015; 213: 434–43.
  • 44. Dehghani A, Bahlakeh G, Ramezanzadeh B, Ramezanzadeh M. Experimental complemented with microscopic (electronic/atomic)-level modeling explorations of Laurus nobilis extract as green inhibitor for carbon steel in acidic solution. J Ind Eng Chem. 2020; 84: 52–71.
  • 45. Conforti F, Statti G, Uzunov D, Menichini F. Comparative chemical composition and antioxidant activities of wild and cultivated Laurus nobilis L. leaves and Foeniculum vulgare subsp. piperitum (Ucria) coutinho seeds. Biol Pharm Bull. 2006; 29: 2056–64.
  • 46. YILMAZ B, DENİZ İ. The Effects of Cultivation Area and Altitude Variation on the Composition of Fatty acids of Laurus nobilis L. berries in Nothern Turkey and Abkhazia. Eurasian J For Sci. 2018; 6: 14–21.
  • 47. Simić M, Kundaković T, Kovačević N. Preliminary assay on the antioxidative activity of Laurus nobilis extracts. Fitoterapia. 2003; 74: 613–6.
  • 48. Derwich E, Benziane Z, Boukir A. Chemical composition and antibacterial activity of Leaves essential oil of laurus nobilis from Morocco. Aust J Basic Appl Sci. 2009; 3: 3818–24.
  • 49. Garg SN, Siddiqui MS, Agarwal SK. New fatty acid esters and hydroxy ketones from fruits of laurus nobilis. J Nat Prod. 1992; 55: 1315–9.
  • 50. Wang C, Hu T, Wen Z, Zhou J, Wang X, Wu Q, et al. Concentration-dependent color tunability of nitrogen-doped carbon dots and their application for iron(III) detection and multicolor bioimaging. J Colloid Interface Sci. 2018; 521.
  • 51. Atchudan R, Edison TNJI, Chakradhar D, Perumal S, Shim JJ, Lee YR. Facile green synthesis of nitrogen-doped carbon dots using Chionanthus retusus fruit extract and investigation of their suitability for metal ion sensing and biological applications. Sensors Actuators, B Chem. 2017; 246: 497–509.
  • 52. Joseph J, Anappara AA. White light emission of carbon dots by creating different emissive traps. J Lumin. 2016; 178: 128–33.
  • 53. Quang NK, Thi C, Ha C. Low-cost synthesis of carbon nanodots from millets for bioimaging. 2019.
  • 54. Radhakrishnan K, Panneerselvam P, Marieeswaran M. A green synthetic route for the surface-passivation of carbon dots as an effective multifunctional fluorescent sensor for the recognition and detection of toxic metal ions from aqueous solution. Anal Methods. 2019; 11: 490–506.
  • 55. Xu L, Zhang Y, Pan H, Xu N, Mei C, Mao H, et al. Preparation and Performance of Radiata-Pine-Derived Polyvinyl Alcohol/Carbon Quantum Dots Fluorescent Films. Materials (Basel). 2019; 13: 67.
  • 56. Feng H, Qian Z. Functional Carbon Quantum Dots: A Versatile Platform for Chemosensing and Biosensing. Chem Rec. 2018; 18: 491–505.
  • 57. Das R, Bandyopadhyay R, Pramanik P. Carbon quantum dots from natural resource: A review. Materials Today Chemistry. 2018.
  • 58. Li YX, Lee JY, Lee H, Hu CC, Chiu TC. Highly fluorescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots for selective and sensitive detection of Hg2+ and ClO− ions and fluorescent ink. J Photochem Photobiol A Chem. 2021; 405 September 2020: 112931.

ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS

Yıl 2021, Cilt 22, Sayı 4, 366 - 377, 29.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.18038/estubtda.991595

Öz

Kaynakça

  • 1. Eskalen H, Uruş S, Cömertpay S, Kurt AH, Özgan Ş. Microwave-assisted ultra-fast synthesis of carbon quantum dots from linter: Fluorescence cancer imaging and human cell growth inhibition properties. Ind Crops Prod. 2020; 147: 112209.
  • 2. Li L, Wang X, Fu Z, Cui F. One-step hydrothermal synthesis of nitrogen- and sulfur-co-doped carbon dots from ginkgo leaves and application in biology. Mater Lett. 2017; 196: 300–3.
  • 3. Wang HJ, Yu TT, Chen HL, Nan W Bin, Xie LQ, Zhang QQ. A self-quenching-resistant carbon dots powder with tunable solid-state fluorescence and their applications in light-emitting diodes and fingerprints detection. Dye Pigment. 2018; 159: 245–51.
  • 4. Garner I, Vichare R, Paulson R, Appavu R, Panguluri SK, Tzekov R, et al. Carbon Dots Fabrication: Ocular Imaging and Therapeutic Potential. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. 2020; 8: 1139.
  • 5. Hola K, Zhang Y, Wang Y, Giannelis EP, Zboril R, Rogach AL. Carbon dots - Emerging light emitters for bioimaging, cancer therapy and optoelectronics. Nano Today. 2014; 9: 590–603.
  • 6. Qu K, Wang J, Ren J, Qu X. Carbon dots prepared by hydrothermal treatment of dopamine as an effective fluorescent sensing platform for the label-free detection of iron(III) ions and dopamine. Chem - A Eur J. 2013; 19: 7243–9.
  • 7. Ge L, Hu G, Zhao F, Wang X, Ma Z, Liu R. Carbon dots prepared by thermal reactions and selective detections of copper and mercury ions in visible spectrum. Appl Phys A Mater Sci Process. 2021; 127: 388.
  • 8. Tian Z, Zhang X, Li D, Zhou D, Jing P, Shen D, et al. Full-Color Inorganic Carbon Dot Phosphors for White-Light-Emitting Diodes. Adv Opt Mater. 2017; 5.
  • 9. Guo X, Wang CF, Yu ZY, Chen L, Chen S. Facile access to versatile fluorescent carbon dots toward light-emitting diodes. Chem Commun. 2012; 48: 2692–4.
  • 10. Wang Q, Huang X, Long Y, Wang X, Zhang H, Zhu R, et al. Hollow luminescent carbon dots for drug delivery. Carbon N Y. 2013; 59: 192–9.
  • 11. Zhu C, Fu Y, Liu C, Liu Y, Hu L, Liu J, et al. Carbon Dots as Fillers Inducing Healing/Self-Healing and Anticorrosion Properties in Polymers. Adv Mater. 2017; 29: 1701399.
  • 12. Lan M, Zhao S, Zhang Z, Yan L, Guo L, Niu G, et al. Two-photon-excited near-infrared emissive carbon dots as multifunctional agents for fluorescence imaging and photothermal therapy. Nano Res. 2017; 10: 3113–23.
  • 13. Dong Y, Cai J, You X, Chi Y. Sensing applications of luminescent carbon based dots. Analyst. 2015; 140: 7468–86.
  • 14. Yu H, Shi R, Zhao Y, Waterhouse GIN, Wu LZ, Tung CH, et al. Smart Utilization of Carbon Dots in Semiconductor Photocatalysis. Advanced Materials. 2016; 28: 9454–77.
  • 15. Zhang Z, Yi G, Li P, Zhang X, Fan H, Zhang Y, et al. A minireview on doped carbon dots for photocatalytic and electrocatalytic applications. Nanoscale. 2020; 12: 13899–906.
  • 16. Jiang K, Wang Y, Cai C, Lin H. Conversion of Carbon Dots from Fluorescence to Ultralong Room-Temperature Phosphorescence by Heating for Security Applications. Adv Mater. 2018; 30.
  • 17. Yang X, Yang X, Li Z, Li S, Han Y, Chen Y, et al. Photoluminescent carbon dots synthesized by microwave treatment for selective image of cancer cells. J Colloid Interface Sci. 2015; 456: 1–6.
  • 18. Fang L, Zhang L, Chen Z, Zhu C, Liu J, Zheng J. Ammonium citrate derived carbon quantum dot as on-off-on fluorescent sensor for detection of chromium(VI) and sulfites. Mater Lett. 2017; 191: 1–4.
  • 19. Uriarte D, Domini C, Garrido M. New carbon dots based on glycerol and urea and its application in the determination of tetracycline in urine samples. Talanta. 2019; 201: 143–8.
  • 20. Schneider J, Reckmeier CJ, Xiong Y, Von Seckendorff M, Susha AS, Kasak P, et al. Molecular fluorescence in citric acid-based carbon dots. J Phys Chem C. 2017; 121: 2014–22.
  • 21. Wang W, Li Y, Cheng L, Cao Z, Liu W. Water-soluble and phosphorus-containing carbon dots with strong green fluorescence for cell labeling. J Mater Chem B. 2014; 2: 46–8.
  • 22. Tao H, Yang K, Ma Z, Wan J, Zhang Y, Kang Z, et al. In vivo NIR fluorescence imaging, biodistribution, and toxicology of photoluminescent carbon dots produced from carbon nanotubes and graphite. Small. 2012; 8: 281–90.
  • 23. Shen P, Xia Y. Synthesis-modification integration: One-step fabrication of boronic acid functionalized carbon dots for fluorescent blood sugar sensing. Anal Chem. 2014; 86: 5323–9.
  • 24. Zhou L, Li Z, Liu Z, Ren J, Qu X. Luminescent carbon dot-gated nanovehicles for ph-triggered intracellular controlled release and imaging. Langmuir. 2013; 29: 6396–403.
  • 25. Huang Q, Zeng D, Li H, Xie C. Room temperature formaldehyde sensors with enhanced performance, fast response and recovery based on zinc oxide quantum dots/graphene nanocomposites. Nanoscale. 2012; 4: 5651–8.
  • 26. Kumar A, Chowdhuri AR, Laha D, Mahto TK, Karmakar P, Sahu SK. Green synthesis of carbon dots from Ocimum sanctum for effective fluorescent sensing of Pb2+ ions and live cell imaging. Sensors Actuators, B Chem. 2017; 242: 679–86.
  • 27. Bandi R, Gangapuram BR, Dadigala R, Eslavath R, Singh SS, Guttena V. Facile and green synthesis of fluorescent carbon dots from onion waste and their potential applications as sensor and multicolour imaging agents. RSC Adv. 2016; 6: 28633–9.
  • 28. Shen J, Shang S, Chen X, Wang D, Cai Y. Facile synthesis of fluorescence carbon dots from sweet potato for Fe3 + sensing and cell imaging. Mater Sci Eng C. 2017; 76: 856–64.
  • 29. Xu H, Yang X, Li G, Zhao C, Liao X. Green Synthesis of Fluorescent Carbon Dots for Selective Detection of Tartrazine in Food Samples. J Agric Food Chem. 2015; 63: 6707–14.
  • 30. Eskalen H. Influence of carbon quantum dots on electro–optical performance of nematic liquid crystal. Appl Phys A. 2020; 126: 1–10.
  • 31. Aslan M, Eskalen H. A study of carbon nanodots (carbon quantum dots) synthesized from tangerine juice using one-step hydrothermal method. Fullerenes Nanotub Carbon Nanostructures. 2021; 0: 1–8.
  • 32. ÇEŞME M, ESKALEN H. Green synthesis of carbon quantum dots from sumac: characterization and investigation with cyclic voltammetry technique. Cumhur Sci J. 2020; 41: 808–14.
  • 33. Atchudan R, Edison TNJI, Sethuraman MG, Lee YR. Efficient synthesis of highly fluorescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots for cell imaging using unripe fruit extract of Prunus mume. Appl Surf Sci. 2016; 384: 432–41.
  • 34. Zheng JX, Liu XH, Yang YZ, Liu XG, Xu BS. Rapid and green synthesis of fluorescent carbon dots from starch for white light-emitting diodes. Xinxing Tan Cailiao/New Carbon Mater. 2018; 33: 276–88.
  • 35. Wang L, Zhou HS. Green synthesis of luminescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots from milk and its imaging application. Anal Chem. 2014; 86: 8902–5.
  • 36. Zhang X, Wang H, Ma C, Niu N, Chen Z, Liu S, et al. Seeking value from biomass materials: Preparation of coffee bean shell-derived fluorescent carbon dots via molecular aggregation for antioxidation and bioimaging applications. Mater Chem Front. 2018; 2: 1269–75.
  • 37. Song P, Zhang L, Long H, Meng M, Liu T, Yin Y, et al. A multianalyte fluorescent carbon dots sensing system constructed based on specific recognition of Fe(III) ions. RSC Adv. 2017; 7: 28637–46.
  • 38. Murugan N, Prakash M, Jayakumar M, Sundaramurthy A, Sundramoorthy AK. Green synthesis of fluorescent carbon quantum dots from Eleusine coracana and their application as a fluorescence ‘turn-off’ sensor probe for selective detection of Cu 2+. Appl Surf Sci. 2019; 476: 468–80.
  • 39. Dineshkumar R, Murugan N, Abisha Rani JM, Arthanareeswari M, Kamaraj P, Devikala S, et al. Synthesis of highly fluorescent carbon dots from Plectranthus amboinicus as a fluorescent sensor for Ag+ ion. Mater Res Express. 2019; 6: 104006.
  • 40. Murugan N, Sundramoorthy AK. Green synthesis of fluorescent carbon dots from Borassus flabellifer flowers for label-free highly selective and sensitive detection of Fe3+ ions. New J Chem. 2018; 42: 13297–307.
  • 41. Eskalen H, Çeşme M, Kerli S, Özğan Ş. Green synthesis of water-soluble fluorescent carbon dots from rosemary leaves: Applications in food storage capacity, fingerprint detection, and antibacterial activity. J Chem Res. 2020;: 174751982095382.
  • 42. Baker SN, Baker GA. Luminescent carbon nanodots: Emergent nanolights. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition. 2010; 49: 6726–44.
  • 43. Mehta VN, Jha S, Basu H, Singhal RK, Kailasa SK. One-step hydrothermal approach to fabricate carbon dots from apple juice for imaging of mycobacterium and fungal cells. Sensors Actuators, B Chem. 2015; 213: 434–43.
  • 44. Dehghani A, Bahlakeh G, Ramezanzadeh B, Ramezanzadeh M. Experimental complemented with microscopic (electronic/atomic)-level modeling explorations of Laurus nobilis extract as green inhibitor for carbon steel in acidic solution. J Ind Eng Chem. 2020; 84: 52–71.
  • 45. Conforti F, Statti G, Uzunov D, Menichini F. Comparative chemical composition and antioxidant activities of wild and cultivated Laurus nobilis L. leaves and Foeniculum vulgare subsp. piperitum (Ucria) coutinho seeds. Biol Pharm Bull. 2006; 29: 2056–64.
  • 46. YILMAZ B, DENİZ İ. The Effects of Cultivation Area and Altitude Variation on the Composition of Fatty acids of Laurus nobilis L. berries in Nothern Turkey and Abkhazia. Eurasian J For Sci. 2018; 6: 14–21.
  • 47. Simić M, Kundaković T, Kovačević N. Preliminary assay on the antioxidative activity of Laurus nobilis extracts. Fitoterapia. 2003; 74: 613–6.
  • 48. Derwich E, Benziane Z, Boukir A. Chemical composition and antibacterial activity of Leaves essential oil of laurus nobilis from Morocco. Aust J Basic Appl Sci. 2009; 3: 3818–24.
  • 49. Garg SN, Siddiqui MS, Agarwal SK. New fatty acid esters and hydroxy ketones from fruits of laurus nobilis. J Nat Prod. 1992; 55: 1315–9.
  • 50. Wang C, Hu T, Wen Z, Zhou J, Wang X, Wu Q, et al. Concentration-dependent color tunability of nitrogen-doped carbon dots and their application for iron(III) detection and multicolor bioimaging. J Colloid Interface Sci. 2018; 521.
  • 51. Atchudan R, Edison TNJI, Chakradhar D, Perumal S, Shim JJ, Lee YR. Facile green synthesis of nitrogen-doped carbon dots using Chionanthus retusus fruit extract and investigation of their suitability for metal ion sensing and biological applications. Sensors Actuators, B Chem. 2017; 246: 497–509.
  • 52. Joseph J, Anappara AA. White light emission of carbon dots by creating different emissive traps. J Lumin. 2016; 178: 128–33.
  • 53. Quang NK, Thi C, Ha C. Low-cost synthesis of carbon nanodots from millets for bioimaging. 2019.
  • 54. Radhakrishnan K, Panneerselvam P, Marieeswaran M. A green synthetic route for the surface-passivation of carbon dots as an effective multifunctional fluorescent sensor for the recognition and detection of toxic metal ions from aqueous solution. Anal Methods. 2019; 11: 490–506.
  • 55. Xu L, Zhang Y, Pan H, Xu N, Mei C, Mao H, et al. Preparation and Performance of Radiata-Pine-Derived Polyvinyl Alcohol/Carbon Quantum Dots Fluorescent Films. Materials (Basel). 2019; 13: 67.
  • 56. Feng H, Qian Z. Functional Carbon Quantum Dots: A Versatile Platform for Chemosensing and Biosensing. Chem Rec. 2018; 18: 491–505.
  • 57. Das R, Bandyopadhyay R, Pramanik P. Carbon quantum dots from natural resource: A review. Materials Today Chemistry. 2018.
  • 58. Li YX, Lee JY, Lee H, Hu CC, Chiu TC. Highly fluorescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots for selective and sensitive detection of Hg2+ and ClO− ions and fluorescent ink. J Photochem Photobiol A Chem. 2021; 405 September 2020: 112931.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Temel Bilimler
Bölüm Makaleler
Yazarlar

Hasan ESKALEN (Sorumlu Yazar)
KAHRAMANMARAŞ SÜTÇÜ İMAM ÜNİVERSİTESİ, KAHRAMANMARAŞ SAĞLIK HİZMETLERİ MESLEK YÜKSEKOKULU
0000-0002-4523-6573
Türkiye


Mustafa KAVGACI
KAHRAMANMARAS ISTIKLAL UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-8747-0635
Türkiye


Ali KAYIŞ
KAHRAMANMARAS SUTCU IMAM UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-9308-6111
Türkiye


Şükrü ÖZĞAN
KAHRAMANMARAŞ SÜTÇÜ İMAM ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0001-9334-327X
Türkiye

Destekleyen Kurum This research was supported by Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam University
Proje Numarası Project No: 2020/3-7 YLS
Yayımlanma Tarihi 29 Aralık 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2021, Cilt 22, Sayı 4

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { estubtda991595, journal = {Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering}, issn = {2667-4211}, address = {btda@anadolu.edu.tr}, publisher = {Eskişehir Teknik Üniversitesi}, year = {2021}, volume = {22}, pages = {366 - 377}, doi = {10.18038/estubtda.991595}, title = {ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS}, key = {cite}, author = {Eskalen, Hasan and Kavgacı, Mustafa and Kayış, Ali and Özğan, Şükrü} }
APA Eskalen, H. , Kavgacı, M. , Kayış, A. & Özğan, Ş. (2021). ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS . Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering , 22 (4) , 366-377 . DOI: 10.18038/estubtda.991595
MLA Eskalen, H. , Kavgacı, M. , Kayış, A. , Özğan, Ş. "ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS" . Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering 22 (2021 ): 366-377 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/estubtda/issue/67431/991595>
Chicago Eskalen, H. , Kavgacı, M. , Kayış, A. , Özğan, Ş. "ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS". Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering 22 (2021 ): 366-377
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS AU - Hasan Eskalen , Mustafa Kavgacı , Ali Kayış , Şükrü Özğan Y1 - 2021 PY - 2021 N1 - doi: 10.18038/estubtda.991595 DO - 10.18038/estubtda.991595 T2 - Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 366 EP - 377 VL - 22 IS - 4 SN - 2667-4211- M3 - doi: 10.18038/estubtda.991595 UR - https://doi.org/10.18038/estubtda.991595 Y2 - 2021 ER -
EndNote %0 Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS %A Hasan Eskalen , Mustafa Kavgacı , Ali Kayış , Şükrü Özğan %T ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS %D 2021 %J Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering %P 2667-4211- %V 22 %N 4 %R doi: 10.18038/estubtda.991595 %U 10.18038/estubtda.991595
ISNAD Eskalen, Hasan , Kavgacı, Mustafa , Kayış, Ali , Özğan, Şükrü . "ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS". Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering 22 / 4 (Aralık 2021): 366-377 . https://doi.org/10.18038/estubtda.991595
AMA Eskalen H. , Kavgacı M. , Kayış A. , Özğan Ş. ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS. Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering. 2021; 22(4): 366-377.
Vancouver Eskalen H. , Kavgacı M. , Kayış A. , Özğan Ş. ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS. Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering. 2021; 22(4): 366-377.
IEEE H. Eskalen , M. Kavgacı , A. Kayış ve Ş. Özğan , "ONE-POT SYNTHESIS OF CARBON QUANTUM DOTS AND THEIR APPLICATION AS A FLUORESCENT INKS", Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering, c. 22, sayı. 4, ss. 366-377, Ara. 2021, doi:10.18038/estubtda.991595