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Pineapple Peel-Derived Carbon Dots: Applications as Sensor, Molecular Keypad Lock, and Memory Device
Somasundaram Anbu Anjugam Vandarkuzhali, Balasubramanian Viswanathan
Published in American Chemical Society
Volume: 3
Issue: 10
Pages: 12584 - 12592
Herein, the fluorescent carbon dots (CDs) with blue emission were prepared by hydrothermal treatment using pineapple peel as a source of carbon. The as-prepared CDs exhibited turn-Off fluorescence behavior toward Hg 2+ and subsequent turn-On behavior for l-cysteine along with enhanced biocompatibility and negligible cytotoxicity for cell imaging. The practical applicability of carbon dots was used for the quantification of Hg 2+ in water. On the basis of the spectral characteristic changes, we have designed individual elementary logic operations such as NOT and IMP gates, by utilizing CD as probe and Hg 2+ and l-Cys as chemical inputs. We have also demonstrated the utility of this system in electronic security devices and as memory element, with the idea of the switching. Copyright © 2018 American Chemical Society.
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