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Results and Discussion

  • Claudia Backes
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Part of the Springer Theses book series (Springer Theses)

Abstract

In the first section, the suitability of seven different perylene bisimide derivatives (17) with respect to nanotube dispersion and exfoliation in water has been investigated (Scheme 3.1) [1, 2]. The syntheses of these systems is described in the literature [2, 3]. As outlined by numerous studies [4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12], the inclusion of polycyclic aromatic units in nanotube dispersion additives enhances the interaction with the aromatic nanotube scaffold in comparison to classical detergents where the interaction is limited to van der Waals attraction.
Scheme 3.1

Structures of the perylene bisimide derivatives and the reference systems applied for the dispersion of HiPco SWCNTs. The anchor unit to the SWCNT surface is indicated by the blue squares, the solvophylic moieties by the grey circles

Keywords

Buffer Aqueous Solution Dispersion Efficiency Sodium Cholate Perylene Derivative SWCNT Surface 
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