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Oxidative synthesis of yellow photoluminescent carbon nanoribbons from carbon black

Saeid Khodabakhshi, Pasquale F. Fulvio, Ahmad Sousaraei, Sajad Kiani, Yubiao Niu, Richard Palmer Orcid Logo, Winson C.H. Kuo, Jennifer Rudd Orcid Logo, Andrew Barron Orcid Logo, Enrico Andreoli Orcid Logo

Carbon, Volume: 183, Pages: 495 - 503

Swansea University Authors: Saeid Khodabakhshi , Yubiao Niu , Richard Palmer Orcid Logo, Jennifer Rudd Orcid Logo, Andrew Barron Orcid Logo, Enrico Andreoli Orcid Logo

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Micrometer long multilayer carbon nanoribbons with high oxygen content and nitrogen doping were obtained from the nitric acid treatment of Black Pearls 2000. The nanoribbons exhibited yellow light emission under UV excitation. The oxidation of other grades of carbon black yielded irregular and small...

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title Oxidative synthesis of yellow photoluminescent carbon nanoribbons from carbon black
spellingShingle Oxidative synthesis of yellow photoluminescent carbon nanoribbons from carbon black
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title_short Oxidative synthesis of yellow photoluminescent carbon nanoribbons from carbon black
title_full Oxidative synthesis of yellow photoluminescent carbon nanoribbons from carbon black
title_fullStr Oxidative synthesis of yellow photoluminescent carbon nanoribbons from carbon black
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Andrew Barron
Enrico Andreoli
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description Micrometer long multilayer carbon nanoribbons with high oxygen content and nitrogen doping were obtained from the nitric acid treatment of Black Pearls 2000. The nanoribbons exhibited yellow light emission under UV excitation. The oxidation of other grades of carbon black yielded irregular and small graphene oxide fragments or carbon quantum dots instead. Remarkably, the familiar and straightforward treatment of carbon materials with nitric acid reemerges as a powerful tool for the synthesis of technology-relevant carbon nanoribbons, unlocking the potential of such simple oxidation chemistry applied to cheap and commercially available carbon black.
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