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Quantum Dots
Quantum dots are tiny particles or nanocrystals of a semiconducting material with diameters in the range of 2-10 nanometers.
Recent Advances in the Use of Cadmiumfree Quantum Dots for Bioimaging
Dr. Delehanty and researcher introduce recent advances in the use of cadmium-free quantum dots for bioimaging. Focus is placed on strategies that have emerged in the last five years for design, synthesis, and surface modifications of non-Cd quantum dots (QDs)...
Commercial Volumes of Quantum Dots: Controlled Nanoscale Synthesis and Micron-Scale Applications.
Quantum dots (QDs) are luminescent semiconductor nanoparticles, with diameters in the range of 1 to 20 nm. The unique optical and electronic properties of QDs are being exploited in a number of applications including flat panel displays and coloured lighting...
Quantum Dots: An Emerging Class of Soluble Optical Nanomaterials
We presents an article concering Quantum Dots: An Emerging Class of Soluble Optical Nanomaterials.
Solvothermal Synthesis of Nanoparticles
Solvothermal synthesis is a method for preparing a variety of materials such as metals, semiconductors, ceramics, and polymers.
Applications of Quantum Dots in Bioimaging and Bioassays
Professor Xiaohu Gao (University of Washington, USA) provides a overview of recent quantum dot (QD) advancements and their potential for advancing bioassay and bioimaging technologies.
Advancements in Quantum Dot Solar Cells
Professor Sharma and colleagues review the synthesis and applications of this novel material. This includes a discussion of the unique properties of quantum dots and their suitability for solar cell applications, along with common synthesis techniques used to develop these...
Quantum Dots for Electronics and Energy Applications
In this article, the properties of some of the new non-cadmium based QDs along with different applications of QDs are summarized.
Inorganic Nanoparticles — Unique Properties and Novel Applications
This article highlights the rich variety of structures and properties that can be realized in materials based on inorganic nanoparticles, and points to outstanding fundamental questions raised in controlling these properties.
Precise Nanoparticles for Optoelectronics Applications
Inorganic nanomaterials are tunable by size, shape, structure, and/or composition. Advances in the synthesis of well-defined nanomaterials have enabled control over their unique optical, electronic, and chemical properties stimulating tremendous interest across a wide range of disciplines. This article illuminates...
Nanostructured Materials Through Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis
Nanostructured Materials Through Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis
Recent Advances on Nanoparticle-Based Imaging Contrast Agents for in Vivo Stem Cell Tracking
Professor Yu Cheng and co-workers look at the recent advances of nanoparticle-based imaging contrast agents for in vivo stem cell tracking. They provide an in-depth look at popular in vivo imaging techniques, magnetic resonance imaging, fluorescence imaging, ultrasound imaging, and...
Nanostructured Materials Through Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis
Advances in materials have often been led by the development of new synthetic methods that provide control over size, morphology and structure. The preparation of materials in a scalable and continuous manner is critical when development moves beyond lab-scale quantities.
Micro- and Nanofabricated Biomaterials for the Study of Cells and Microtissues
Biomaterials science involves the design and fabrication of smart materials for studying, directing, or mimicking biology. For successful integration of biomaterials in biological research, a meaningful understanding of biological systems is required.