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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.75.2012.tde-23102012-152300
Document
Author
Full name
Daniel Angeli de Moraes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Carlos, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Varanda, Laudemir Carlos (President)
Ribeiro, Sidney José Lima
Zanchet, Daniela
Title in Portuguese
Nanopartículas magnéticas decoradas com nanopartículas metálicas visando aplicações em biomedicina
Keywords in Portuguese
estrutura core-satellites
modificação de superfície
nanopartículas de magnetita
nanopartículas de ouro
Abstract in Portuguese
A conjugação entre as nanopartículas (NPs) de diferentes materiais, por meio de ligações químicas entre as moléculas orgânicas presentes na superfície das NPs, pode produzir nanoestruturas core-satéllites multifuncionais com potenciais aplicações no campo biomédico. O objetivo deste estudo foi obter nanoestruturas core-satéllites ou conjugadas, com NPs de Fe3O4 e Au, por meio de reações químicas específicas entre moléculas orgânicas presentes nas superfícies das NPs. As NPs de Fe3O4 foram sintetizadas utilizando rotas de decomposição térmica, resultando em NPs com tamanho e forma controlados. O ácido oleico presente na superfície das NPs de Fe3O4, como sintetizadas, foi substituído pelos ligantes, 3-aminopropiltrimetoxisilano (APTMS) ou 3-mercaptopropiltrimetoxisilano (MPTMS). NPs de Au esféricas de 5,7 nm foram sintetizadas pelo método de Brust modificado, e a sua superfície foi modificada usando o ácido mercaptoundecanoico (AMU). A conjugação entre as NPs de Au e Fe3O4 foi realizada por duas vias diferentes. Primeiramente, usando os grupos amina-terminais livres das NPs Fe3O4@APTMS e os grupos carboxilatos das NPs Au@MUA e, depois, com a utilização dos grupos tióis das NPs Fe3O4@MPTMS e as NPs de Au, antes da modificação de superfície. Após a conjugação o comportamento superparamagnético das NPs de Fe3O4 foi preservado, mas a banda plasmon das NPs de Au apresentou um alargamento e um red-shift. Como esperado, a incorporação de materiais não magnéticos nas NPs magnéticas, resultou em uma pequena diminuição na magnetização de saturação em comparação com as NPs como sintetizadas. O alargamento observado na banda plasmon pode ser explicado pela agregação das NPs de Au, no entanto as influências magnéticas não podem ser discutidas.
Title in English
Magnetic nanoparticles decorated with metal nanoparticles to applications in biomedicine
Keywords in English
core-satellites structure
gold nanoparticles
magnetite nanoparticles
surface modification
Abstract in English
The conjugation between nanoparticles (NPs) of different materials by using chemical bonds between organic molecules present on NPs surfaces can produce multifunctional core-satellites nanostructures and to provide potential applications in biomedical field. The aim of this study was to obtain core-satellites or conjugated nanostructures with Fe3O4 and Au NPs by specific reactions between organic molecules bonded on NPs surface. The Fe3O4 NPs were synthesized by using thermal decomposition routes leading to size-and shape-controlled NPs. As-synthesized Fe3O4 surface nanoparticles present oleic acid on surface, which was replaced by either (3-aminopropyl)trimethoxysilane (APTMS) or (3-mercaptopropyl)trimethoxylane (MPTMS) ligands. Spherical 5.7 nm Au NPs were synthesized by modified Brust method, and its surface was properly modified by using 11-mercaptoundecanoic acid (MUA). The conjugation between Au and Fe3O4 NPs was performed by two different routes. Firstly, using the free amine-terminal groups from Fe3O4@APTMS and the carboxylates groups from Au@MUA and, secondly, using thiols groups from Fe3O4@MPTMS and as-synthesized naked Au NPs. After conjugation, the superparamagnetic behavior of the Fe3O4 NPs was preserved, but the plasmon band has red-shifted and broadened. As expected the incorporation of non-magnetic materials onto the magnetic NPs, the saturation magnetization presents small decrease compared to as-synthesized NPs. Observed broadening in the plasmonic band can be explained by Au NPs aggregation, but the magnetic influences can not be discussed.
 
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2013-03-21
 
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