Bajjou, O., Mongwaketsi, P. N., Khenfouch, M., Bakour, A., Baitoul, M., Maaza, M. & Venturini, J. W. (2015) Photoluminescence Quenching and Structure of Nanocomposite Based on Graphene Oxide Layers Decorated with Nanostructured Porphyrin. Nanomater. Nanotechnol. 5 7.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1847-9804
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Mots-clés: ft-ir, Graphene oxide, hydrogen, photoluminescence, raman-spectroscopy, resonant Raman scattering, self-assembled porphyrin, X-ray diffraction
Créateurs: Baitoul, Bajjou, Bakour, Khenfouch, Maaza, Mongwaketsi, Venturini
Collection: Nanomater. Nanotechnol.
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Nanocomposites based on few-layers graphene oxide (FGO) decorated with porphyrin nanorods (PN) were synthesized and the interfacial interaction between these two components was investigated by using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), photoluminescence spectroscopy, resonant Raman scattering and Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) techniques. SEM showed good exfoliation of FGO and its successful interaction with the PN. The photoluminescence results showed an important interaction between FGO and PN resulting in a quenching of the photoluminescence of the PN-FGO composite. Resonant Raman with PN aggregates and FT-IR results revealed a pp intermolecular interaction confirming the energy/charge transfer. Moreover, the investigation of X-ray diffraction confirmed the intercalation of PN in FGO and their disaggregation. The findings presented here are an important contribution to achieving the functionalization of graphene derivative surfaces with PN for various optoelectronic applications and particularly photovoltaic cells.
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