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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.59.2018.tde-20062018-093353
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Author
Full name
Larissa Gonçalves Justino
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Ribeirão Preto, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Caiut, José Maurício Almeida (President)
Gonçalves, Rogéria Rocha
Molina, Celso
Nassar, Eduardo Jose
Title in Portuguese
Desenvolvimento de nanopartículas dopadas com íons terras raras visando aplicação em sistemas biológicos
Keywords in Portuguese
Bioimageamento; Conversão ascendente em energia; Lantanídeos; Nanopartículas
Abstract in Portuguese
O trabalho apresentado nessa dissertação concentra-se na área de espectroscopia de íons terras raras com aplicação em biofotônica e foi desenvolvido através da síntese de partículas de fluoreto de bário e gadolínio dopada com o par Yb3+/Tm3+ para estudos conversão ascendente de energia, além da tentativa de crescimento desse material nos poros de uma nanoesfera de sílica. Os materiais a base de fluoretos foram sintetizados através de metodologia hidrotermal com agente complexante citrato de sódio variando a concentração de dopagem do par Yb3+/Tm3+ produzindo três diferentes materiais luminescentes que apresentou conversão ascendente em energia e emissões características do íon túlio a partir da excitação em 980 nm (BaGdF5YbTm nos quais a razão (porcentagem mol/mol) Yb/Tm foi igual à 18/0,5; 20/1 e 10/0,5), além de um quarto material dopado com o íon Eu3+ para estudos estruturais e espectroscópicos acerca da matriz (BaGdF5Eu Gd/Eu 1% mol/mol). Todos os materiais obtidos pela metodologia são cristalinos e apresentaram fase cúbica da solução sólida de BaGdF5. Ademais, dois materiais híbridos, contendo sílica e fluoreto, foram preparados. O primeiro, recobrimento das partículas de fluoreto com sílica (SiO2), apresentou resultados diferentes do que foi previamente reportado por esse grupo de pesquisa, direcionando os estudos ao segundo material, que consistiu no crescimento de partículas de fluoreto dentro dos poros de uma nanoesfera de sílica (SiO2). Neste último, os materiais apresentaram manutenção da morfologia esférica precursora das nanoesferas de sílica além de, para uma amostra sintetiza hidrotermicamente na ausência de citrato de sódio, promover o aparecimento da banda 1D4 5H6 e serão conduzidas para testes biológicos subsequentes como citotoxicidade.
Title in English
Developing of rare-earth doped nanoparticles for application in biological systems
Keywords in English
Bioimaging; Ianthanides; Nanoparticles; Up conversion
Abstract in English
The work presented herein focuses on the area of rare earth spectroscopy with application in biophotonics and it was developed through the synthesis of barium and gadolinium fluoride particles doped with the Yb3+/Tm3+ pair for upconversion studies and the attempt to grow the material in the pores of a silica nanosphere. Biophotonic has been an area of growing interest for the last 30 years, it studies the interaction between light and living matter seeking new technologies in order to characterize, image, diagnose and treat a complexity of dysfunctions in biological material. The search and development of new materials for bioimaging is a need that involves several areas of knowledge. In this work, fluoride-based materials were synthesized by hydrothermal method by varying the doping concentration of Yb3+/Tm3+ pair producing 3 different luminescent materials (BaGdF5YbTm - in which the ratio (mole/mole percentage) Yb/Tm was equal to 18/0,5; 20/1 and 10/0,5). In addition, a fourth material doped with Eu3+ was synthetized for structural and spectroscopic studies on the matrix (BaGdF5Eu - Gd / Eu 1 mol% mol). All materials obtained by this method were crystalline and presented cubic phase of BaGdF5 solid solution. Moreover, two multifunctional materials were prepared. The first was obtained by coating the fluoride particles with silica (SiO2) presented different results than previously reported by this research group, directing the studies to the second material, which consisted of the growth of fluoride particles inside the pores of a nanosphere of silica (SiO 2). In the latter, the materials showed maintenance of the precursor spherical morphology of silica nanospheres and, for a hydrothermally synthesized sample in the absence of sodium citrate, promote the appearance of the 1D4 5H6 band and will be conducted for subsequent biological tests as cytotoxicity.
 
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2018-07-25
 
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