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Title: Functionalized-AgNPs for Long-Term Stability and Its Applicability in the Detection of Manganese Ions
Authors: Hoang, Van Tuan
Mai, Mai
Le, Thi Tam
Vu, Ngoc Phan
Nguyen, Tien Khi
Phuong, Dinh Tam
Tran, Quang Huy
Le, Anh Tuan
Ngo, Xuan Dinh
Tran, Hoang Vinh
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Wiley
Abstract: In this study, silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) were functionalized by various molecules, including sodium borohydride (NaBH4), polyhexamethylene biguanide hydrochloride (PHMB), and Tween 80 to investigate the long-term stabilization of AgNPs in an aqueous dispersion. PHMB-functionalized silver nanoparticles (AgNPs/PHMB) exhibited better stability than others and could be stored at ambient temperature for at least 180 days. In addition to creating stabilization based on the electrostatic repulsion, the use of PHMB helped to increase the degree of stability of the colloidal AgNPs for a long time owing to strong interactions between Ag atoms on AgNPs with nitrogen (N) positions in PHMB molecules. .e formed bond led to improving maintenance ability of the electrostatic repulsion layer among independent nanoparticles. .e applicability of the as-prepared AgNPs/PHMB was also examined for Mn2+ detection via a colorimetric approach. .e calibration curve was found to be linear over the range of 0–100 mM with a correlation coefficient of 0.97. .e amine groups of PHMB brought out a cooperative effect to form of iontemplated chelation with Mn2+, which caused the aggregation of AgNPs/PHMB. .is suggested that the AgNPs/PHMB could be used as a potential probe in the detection of Mn2+ ions. More importantly, the long-term stability of AgNPs/PHMB paved a great promising path to provide many further solutions for the producer in practical applications.
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