Carbonaceous Quantum Dots: Synthesis And Applications

Characterization of Carbonaceous Quantum Dots

Author(s): Abhinay Thakur, Harpreet Kaur, Ashish Kumar* and Sumayah Bashir

Pp: 53-77 (25)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815136265123010007

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


Carbonaceous quantum dots (CQDs), a prominent figure of carbon materials, offer remarkable impetus in a variety of sectors, including biosensors, biomedical imaging, drug delivery, photonics, photovoltaics, and electrocatalysis, due to their distinctive physicochemical, optical, and electrical capabilities. This chapter attempts to show current advances in CQD characterization, with an emphasis on the essential multifarious function of CQDs using various techniques, such as photoluminescence and fluorescence emission spectroscopy. Additionally, with the aim of developing highly efficient and long-term sustainable CQD-based components, we explore the obstacles and potential directions of CQD-based substances in this developing research field. 

Keywords: CQDs, Characterization, Energy storage, Nanomaterials, Photoluminescence, TEM.

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