3D, covalent and noncovalent hybrid materials based on 3-phenylcoumarin derivatives and single walled carbon nanotubes as gas sensing layers

Maxim S. Polyakov, Victoria N. Ivanova, Tamara V. Basova, Andrey A. Saraev, Baybars Köksoy, Ahmet Şenocak, Erhan Demirbaş, Mahmut Durmuş

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Abstract

In this work, the effect of different types of functionalization of single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) with 3-phenylcoumarin derivatives on the chemiresistive sensor response to ammonia (10–50 ppm) was studied. Covalent functionalization of SWCNT was performed according to the Huisgen reaction of azide-alkyne 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition between mono alkyne-substituted 3-phenylcoumarin and single walled nanotubes modified by azide groups. Covalent functionalization was shown by IR- and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. To obtain the 3D hybrid material, the dialkyne functionalized 3-phenylcoumarin molecules were used as linkers between nanotubes. Third hybrid material was prepared by noncovalent functionalization of SWCNT, namely by adsorption of 7-propinyloxy-3-(p-propinyloxyphenyl)coumarin on SWCNT surface. It was shown that the 3D hybrid and the hybrid obtained by covalent functionalization exhibit 2 and 4 times higher sensor responses to ammonia compared to noncovalently functionalized SWCNT. The value of sensor response is in good correlation with the degree of functionalization of SWCNTs with coumarin molecules.

Original languageEnglish
Article number144276
Number of pages8
JournalApplied Surface Science
Volume504
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2020

Keywords

  • 3D carbon nanostructures
  • Ammonia sensor
  • Carbon nanomaterials
  • Coumarin
  • Covalent functionalization
  • Noncovalent functionalization
  • BODIPY
  • SWCNTS
  • PERFORMANCE
  • BEHAVIOR
  • GRAPHENE
  • STRUCTURAL-CHARACTERIZATION
  • LINKING
  • ROBUST
  • SURFACE
  • ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR

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