This paper focuses on the fabrication of organic-inorganic composite materials with optoelectronic functionality based on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) by chemical and physical modifications. The one-dimensionally (1D) ordered composites of rare earth phthalocyanine compounds (RePc2) encapsulated by MWCNTs were obtained using a simple capillary filling method. The CNT-templated assembly of RePc2 nanowires was performed by a phase-separation method. Two other kinds of organic-inorganic 1D-ordered optoelectronic composites were prepared using the template method: coating MWCNTs with a fluorescent poly(tripheny lamine) related co-polymer can be realized via a facile phase-separation strategy: 1D hy brid of bamboo-shaped CNTs covalently bound to RePc2. The relationship between the microstructure of the obtained 1D-ordered composites and optoelectronic properties was studied, and it was found that these ordered composites exhibited enhanced photoconductivity due to the charge transfer between the composite components.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 15, 2009
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