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Covalent functionalization of reduced graphene oxide with porphyrin by means of diazonium chemistry for nonlinear optical performance
Wang, Aijian; Yu, Wang; Huang, Zhipeng; Zhou, Feng; Song, Jingbao; Song, Yinglin; Long, Lingliang; Cifuentes, Marie P.; Humphrey, Mark G.; Zhang, Long; Shao, Jianda; Zhang, Chi; chizhang@tongji.edu.cn
2016
Source PublicationSci Rep
Volume6
AbstractReduced graphene oxide (RGO)-porphyrin (TPP) nanohybrids (RGO-TPP 1 and RGO-TPP 2) were prepared by two synthetic routes that involve functionalization of the RGO using diazonium salts. The microscopic structures, morphology, photophysical properties and nonlinear optical performance of the resultant RGO-TPP nanohybrids were investigated. The covalent bonding of the porphyrin-functionalized-RGO nanohybrid materials was confirmed by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and thermogravimetric analysis. Attachment of the porphyrin units to the surface of the RGO by diazotization significantly improves the solubility and ease of processing of these RGO-based nanohybrid materials. Ultraviolet/visible absorption and steady-state fluorescence studies indicate considerable p-p interactions and effective photo-induced electron and/or energy transfer between the porphyrin moieties and the extended p-system of RGO. The nonlinear optical properties of RGO-TPP 1 and RGO-TPP 2 were investigated by open-aperture Z-scan measurements at 532 nm with both 4 ns and 21 ps laser pulses, the results showing that the chemical nanohybrids exhibit improved nonlinear optical properties compared to those of the benchmark material C-60, and the constituent RGO or porphyrins.
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Department材料
DOI10.1038/srep23325
Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T
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Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China for the International Science Linkages Program [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research T
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Identifierhttp://ir.siom.ac.cn/handle/181231/28039
Collection中科院强激光材料重点实验室
Corresponding Authorchizhang@tongji.edu.cn
Affiliation中国科学院上海光学精密机械研究所
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Wang, Aijian,Yu, Wang,Huang, Zhipeng,et al. Covalent functionalization of reduced graphene oxide with porphyrin by means of diazonium chemistry for nonlinear optical performance[J]. Sci Rep,2016,6.
APA Wang, Aijian.,Yu, Wang.,Huang, Zhipeng.,Zhou, Feng.,Song, Jingbao.,...&chizhang@tongji.edu.cn.(2016).Covalent functionalization of reduced graphene oxide with porphyrin by means of diazonium chemistry for nonlinear optical performance.Sci Rep,6.
MLA Wang, Aijian,et al."Covalent functionalization of reduced graphene oxide with porphyrin by means of diazonium chemistry for nonlinear optical performance".Sci Rep 6(2016).
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