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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Chen XQ, Luan Y, Wang NW, Zhou ZP, Ni XN, Cao YF, Zhang GS, Lai YF, Yang WM
Article Title: Ratiometric Fluorescence Nanosensors Based on Core-Shell Structure of Carbon/CdTe Quantum Dots and Surface Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Detection of Sulfadiazine.
Publication date: 2018
Journal: Journal of Separation Science
DOI: 10.1002/jssc.201800866

Abstract: Sulfadiazine is an environmental pollutant derived from abuse of antibiotics. Its content in environmental water is closely related to human health. Thus, a novel dual emission surface molecularly imprinted nanosensor is designed for specific adsorption and detection of sulfadiazine. In the system, blue emissive carbon quantum dots wrapped with silica served as the internal reference signal for eliminating background interference while red emissive thioglycolic acid-modified CdTe quantum dots were encapsulated in the imprinted layer to offer recognition signal. The fluorescence of CdTe quantum dots was quenched and the fluorescence quenching degree of carbon quantum dots was inconspicuous with the increase of concentration of sulfadiazine, thereby reflecting the color change. The detection of sulfadiazine was successfully achieved in a concentration range of 0.25-20 μmol L-1 with detection limit of 0.042 μmol L-1 and nanosensors had specific recognition for sulfadiazine over its analogues. Compared to single-emission fluorescence sensors, ratiometric fluorescence nanosensors had wider linear range and higher detection accuracy. Furthermore, the nanosensors was also successfully applied for the determination of sulfadiazine in real water and milk samples with acceptable recoveries. The study provides a feasible method of the detection of sulfadiazine and a reference for the detection of sulfonamides. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved
Author keywords: Carbon Quantum Dots, ratiometric fluorescence nanosensors, Sulfadiazine, Surface molecularly imprinted polymers


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