Volume 2, Issue 1
Selective Attachment of Gold Nanoparticles to Ionic Liquids Adsorbed Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes

Lijing Wang

Journal of Fiber Bioengineering & Informatics,2 (2009), pp. 52-55

Published online: 2009-02

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Room temperature ionic liquids were adsorbed on the surface of the multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) by electrostatic interaction between carboxyl groups on the chemically oxidized MWCNTs surface and room temperature ionic liquids. The cations of ionic liquids and carboxyl groups on the carbon nanotube surface are put into a one-to-one correspondence by the electrostatic interaction. Negatively charged 15 nm gold nanoparticles are subsequently anchored to the surface of the MWCNTs through the electrostatic interaction between the ionic liquids and the gold nanoparticles. Gold nanoparticles are selectively attached to chemically functionalized surface sites of carbon nanotubes. This approach provides an efficient method to attach other nanostructures to carbon nanotubes and can be used as an illustrative detection of the functional groups on carbon nanotube surfaces.

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Carbon nanotubes surface treatment gold nanoparticles modification ionic liquids

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@Article{JFBI-2-52, author = {}, title = {Selective Attachment of Gold Nanoparticles to Ionic Liquids Adsorbed Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes}, journal = {Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics}, year = {2009}, volume = {2}, number = {1}, pages = {52--55}, abstract = {Room temperature ionic liquids were adsorbed on the surface of the multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) by electrostatic interaction between carboxyl groups on the chemically oxidized MWCNTs surface and room temperature ionic liquids. The cations of ionic liquids and carboxyl groups on the carbon nanotube surface are put into a one-to-one correspondence by the electrostatic interaction. Negatively charged 15 nm gold nanoparticles are subsequently anchored to the surface of the MWCNTs through the electrostatic interaction between the ionic liquids and the gold nanoparticles. Gold nanoparticles are selectively attached to chemically functionalized surface sites of carbon nanotubes. This approach provides an efficient method to attach other nanostructures to carbon nanotubes and can be used as an illustrative detection of the functional groups on carbon nanotube surfaces.}, issn = {2617-8699}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.3993/jfbi06200908}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jfbi/4984.html} }
TY - JOUR T1 - Selective Attachment of Gold Nanoparticles to Ionic Liquids Adsorbed Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes JO - Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics VL - 1 SP - 52 EP - 55 PY - 2009 DA - 2009/02 SN - 2 DO - http://doi.org/10.3993/jfbi06200908 UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jfbi/4984.html KW - Carbon nanotubes KW - surface treatment KW - gold nanoparticles KW - modification KW - ionic liquids AB - Room temperature ionic liquids were adsorbed on the surface of the multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) by electrostatic interaction between carboxyl groups on the chemically oxidized MWCNTs surface and room temperature ionic liquids. The cations of ionic liquids and carboxyl groups on the carbon nanotube surface are put into a one-to-one correspondence by the electrostatic interaction. Negatively charged 15 nm gold nanoparticles are subsequently anchored to the surface of the MWCNTs through the electrostatic interaction between the ionic liquids and the gold nanoparticles. Gold nanoparticles are selectively attached to chemically functionalized surface sites of carbon nanotubes. This approach provides an efficient method to attach other nanostructures to carbon nanotubes and can be used as an illustrative detection of the functional groups on carbon nanotube surfaces.
Lijing Wang. (1970). Selective Attachment of Gold Nanoparticles to Ionic Liquids Adsorbed Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes. Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics. 2 (1). 52-55. doi:10.3993/jfbi06200908
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