Investigaciones e Informes en Ciencias Médicas

The Biomedical Application of Graphite Carbon Nitride: Recent Advancements and Challenges


Xiao-Ling Zhang*

Due to its unique element composition and photoelectric properties, graphitic polymeric carbon nitride, a novel material that resembles graphene, has gradually piqued interest in the biomedical field. The exceptional biocompatibility of g-C3N4, which is only made up of carbon and nitrogen, made it useful for use in biomedicine. It is possible to use g-C3N4's fluorescent properties for biological imaging. g-C3N4 is also useful for antibacterial materials and photodynamic therapy because its appropriate energy level can encourage electron deposition. In this original copy, we methodicallly surveyed the planning techniques for g-C3N4 and its most recent improvements in biomedical applications, and the natural security of g-C3N4 is examined top to bottom. In-depth discussion is also given to the difficulties and potential of g-C3N4 in the fields of medicine and biology. The emerging g-C3N4 is likely to be recognized for its clinical applications in the near future.

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