Phosphorescent Carbon-Nanodots-Assisted Förster Resonant Energy Transfer for Achieving Red Afterglow in an Aqueous Solution

Volume: 15, Issue: 10, Pages: 16242 - 16254
Published: Oct 8, 2021
Abstract
Water-soluble red afterglow imaging agents based on ecofriendly nanomaterials have potential application in time-gated afterglow bioimaging due to their larger penetration depth and nondurable excitation. Herein, red afterglow imaging agents consisted of Rhodamine B (RhB) and carbon nanodots (CNDs) have been designed and demonstrated. In these agents, CNDs act as energy donors, and RhB acts as an energy acceptor. Both of them are confined into a...
Paper Details
Title
Phosphorescent Carbon-Nanodots-Assisted Förster Resonant Energy Transfer for Achieving Red Afterglow in an Aqueous Solution
Published Date
Oct 8, 2021
Journal
Volume
15
Issue
10
Pages
16242 - 16254
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