Fluorescent Carbon Dots Ink for Gravure Printing
AbstractIn the present article, we describe the use of highly fluorescent carbon dots (CDs) for the preparation of an effective water-based carbon dot ink (CD-ink) for gravure printing. Carbon dots were prepared hydrothermally from citrate and triethylenetetramine, and mixed properly with certain resins that are used in gravure inks. The as-produced CD gravure ink was used successfully for printing high quality fluorescent images. View Full-Text
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Koutsioukis, A.; Belessi, V.; Georgakilas, V. Fluorescent Carbon Dots Ink for Gravure Printing. C 2019, 5, 12.
Koutsioukis A, Belessi V, Georgakilas V. Fluorescent Carbon Dots Ink for Gravure Printing. C. 2019; 5(1):12.Chicago/Turabian Style
Koutsioukis, Apostolos; Belessi, Vassiliki; Georgakilas, Vasilios. 2019. "Fluorescent Carbon Dots Ink for Gravure Printing." C 5, no. 1: 12.
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