Single walled nanotubes were prepared by the electric arc discharge method. The SWNTs were functionalized by purifying them in nitric acid. The carboxylic acid (-COOH) functionality along the length of the nanotube can be derivatized with a variety of functional groups. The average diameter of the nanotubes is 1.4nm ± 0.1nm. Transport properties of the SWNTs in soil was studied.
Carboxylated SWNTs were used to modify an indium tin oxide (ITO) electrode towards the fabrication of a novel electrochemical immunosensor. Carboxylated SWNTs was further multifunctionalized and were used in studying the influence of attached chemical group on the sorption of pyrene conjugates of oligonucleotides. An electrochemical DNA biosensor was reportedly designed using functionalized SWNTs. It was used in the preparation of the chlorocarbonyl-functionalized SWNT. It was used to fabricate SWNTs/(Pb, Zn)-phosphate glass composite structure for the dual use as light sensor and photocurrent converter. Interaction of carboxylated SWNT with Caco-2 was investigated in detail.
250 mg in glass insert
1 g in glass bottle
Packaged in glass bottles
The type of carboxylic group is: -COOH.
Electric Arc Discharge Method