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Nanoconfined synthesized crystalline fullerene mesoporous carbon (C60-FMC) with
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Nanoconfined synthesized crystalline fullerene mesoporous carbon (C60-FMC) with bimodal pore architectures of 4.95 nm and 10-15 nm pore sizes characterized by XRD, TEM, nitrogen adsorption/desorption isotherm and solid-state NMR, and the material was used for protein immobilization. The solid-state 13C NMR spectrum of C60-FMC along with XRD, BET and TEM confirms the formation of fullerene mesoporous carbon structure C60-FMC. he immobilization of albumin (from bovine serum,BSA) protein biomolecule in a buffer solution at pH 4.7 was used to determine the adsorption properties of the C60-FMC material and its structural changes investigated by FT-IR. We demonstrated that the C60-FMC with high surface area and pore volumes have excellent adsorption capacity towards BSA protein molecule. Protein adsorption experiments clearly showed that the C60-FMC with bimodal pore architectures (4.95 nm and 10-15 nm) are suitable material to be used for protein adsorption.
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  • 1. International Journal of Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine– ISSN: 2455-3492 Peertechz Journals
  • 2. Short Communication Nano-Confined Synthesis of Fullerene Mesoporous Carbon (C60-FMC) with Bimodal Pores: XRD, TEM, Structural Properties, NMR, and Protein Immobilization  Mohammad A Wahab*, Farzana Darain, Azharul Karim and Jorge N Beltramini  *Corresponding author: Mohammad A Wahab, NANOMAC (ARC Nanomaterials Centre) AIBN, UQ, Australian Institute of Bioengineering And Nanotechnology (AIBN), The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane, QLD 4072, Queensland, Australia, Tel: +6133463817; Fax: +61 7 3346 397  Dates: Received: 25 May, 2015; Accepted: 31 July, 2015; Published: 05 August, 2015  Citation: Wahab MA, Darain F, Karim A, Beltramini JN (2016) Nano-Confined Synthesis of Fullerene Mesoporous Carbon (C60-FMC) with Bimodal Pores: XRD, TEM, Structural Properties, NMR, and Protein Immobilization. Int J Nanomater Nanotechnol Nanomed 2(1): 001-008. DOI: 10.17352/2455-3492.000006
  • 3. Abstract Nanoconfined synthesized crystalline fullerene mesoporous carbon (C60-FMC) with bimodal pore architectures of 4.95 nm and 10-15 nm pore sizes characterized by XRD, TEM, nitrogen adsorption/desorption isotherm and solid-state NMR, and the material was used for protein immobilization. The solid-state 13C NMR spectrum of C60-FMC along with XRD, BET and TEM confirms the formation of fullerene mesoporous carbon structure C60-FMC. he immobilization of albumin (from bovine serum,BSA) protein biomolecule in a buffer solution at pH 4.7 was used to determine the adsorption properties of the C60-FMC material and its structural changes investigated by FT-IR. We demonstrated that the C60-FMC with high surface area and pore volumes have excellent adsorption capacity towards BSA protein molecule. Protein adsorption experiments clearly showed that the C60- FMC with bimodal pore architectures (4.95 nm and 10-15 nm) are suitable material to be used for protein adsorption.
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