• Yilin Wang

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    • Rapid synthesis of CdSe nanocrystals in aqueous solution at room temperature

      Yilin Wang Jian Ping Lu Zhang Fa Tong

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      Water-soluble thioglycolic acid-capped CdSe nanocrystals (NCs) were prepared in aqueous solution at room temperature. We investigated the effects of pH values on the fluorescence intensity of the as-prepared CdSe NCs, and discussed the influence of the initial pH values on the fluorescence property. Their mean diameter was estimated to be 1.9 nm depending on the initial pH values in the preparation, the photoluminescence quantum yield could reach as high as 1.9%, almost comparable to the CdSe NCs prepared by an organometallic route. Finally, the products were characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectrometry (FTIR), atomic force microscope (AFM) and X-ray powder diffraction (XRD). AFM image showed that the NCs were ball-shaped with good dispersibility. XRD analysis disclosed that the CdSe NCs were of cubic zinc-blended structure.

    • Fabrication of CdSe quantum dots/permutite luminescent materials

      Meihua Yu Yilin Wang

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      Permutite incorporating CdSe in mesopores has been prepared with a simple route. Firstly, mercaptosuccinic acid-capped CdSe quantum dots (QDs) were prepared in aqueous solution by using SeO2 as selenium source and NaBH4 as reductant. Secondly, the commercial permutite was treated with acetic acid to induce a partial dealumnization, which can introduce a large number of intracrystal mesopores, and the CdSe QDs were successfully incorporated in the mesopores with the wet impregnation method. Photoluminescence spectra, X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy were used for the characterization of samples. The spectra analyses results showed that the illuminant colour of QDs/permutite powder was similar to the corresponding QDs colloid. X-ray diffraction measurements indicated that the (1 0 1) diffraction peak at 2𝜃 = 27° for QDs/permutite powder was the same as the raw permutite, and the energy-dispersive X-ray spectra demonstrated that Cd and Se elements existed in the CdSe QDs/permutite powder.

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