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Title: LANTHANIDE-DOPED UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES-MEDIATED SELF-ASSEMBLY AND AGGREGATION-INDUCED EMISSION PHENOMEMON: OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS STUDY
Authors: ONG YUE YING
Keywords: upconversion nanoparticles, aggregation-induced emission, self-assembly, tetraphenylethylene derivatives, optical properties, quenching
Issue Date: 6-Nov-2015
Citation: ONG YUE YING (2015-11-06). LANTHANIDE-DOPED UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES-MEDIATED SELF-ASSEMBLY AND AGGREGATION-INDUCED EMISSION PHENOMEMON: OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS STUDY. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THIS THESIS IS TO INVESTIGATE THE PROPERTIES AND BEHAVIOURS OF UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES WITH SELF-ASSEMBLED 4-(TRIPHENYLETHENYL)BENZOATE IONS WHICH HAVE AGGREGATION-INDUCED EMISSION FEATURE. FIRSTLY, 4-(TRIPHENYLETHENYL)BENZOIC ACID HAS BEEN SYNTHESIZED AND SELF-ASSEMBLY OF 4-(TRIPHENYLETHENYL)BENZOATE IONS ON LIGAND-FREE UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES HAVE BEEN STUDIED. EXTENSIVE STUDIES HAVE BEEN MADE TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATION OF UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES, SIZES OF UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PLANES OF UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES ON SELF-ASSEMBLY OF 4-(TRIPHENYLETHENYL)BENZOATE IONS. BECAUSE OF THE UNIQUE QUENCHING BEHAVIOUR OF UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES BY SELF-ASSEMBLED 4-(TRIPHENYLETHENYL)BENZOATE IONS, A NOVEL METHOD TO DETECT HEPARIN HAS BEEN PROPOSED. SECONDLY, SURFACE DENSITY AND BINDING ENERGIES OF SELF-ASSEMBLED 4-(TRIPHENYLETHENYL)BENZOATE IONS ON UPCONVERSION NANOPARTICLES HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED. THIRDLY, OPTICAL STUDIES
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/143308
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