Carbonaceous Quantum Dots: Synthesis And Applications

Future Prospect of Carbonaceous Quantum Dots

Author(s): Devika Vashisht, Aseem Vashisht, Shweta Sharma and Surinder Kumar Mehta * .

Pp: 192-203 (12)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815136265123010013

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


Carbonaceous quantum dots (CQDs) are carbon nanomaterials offering significant contributions in the fields of sensing, biosensing, optoelectronics, and energy storage. CQDs materials with edge defects are suitable candidates for LED emitters, water splitting, optoelectronic and photodetectors devices. The role of attached functional groups and edge effects on flexible energy storage devices is discussed in this chapter. The future prospects and underlying challenges for CQD-based material for wastewater remediation, in addition to factors such as their sustainability, durability, performance and economics in the context of industrial scale-up, have also been explored in this chapter

Keywords: Carbon dots, Energy devices, Photodetectors, Quantum dots, Wastewater remediation.

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