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Topic in Depth - Quantum Dots

This topic-in-depth addresses the characteristics and numerous applications of the semiconductor nanocrystals, quantum dots. Find out how quantum dot are being used in computer science, chemistry, and medicine.
Quantum Dots PDF
This presentation, created by Gunjan Mishra at the University of Nevada - Reno, is a downloadable slideshow illustrating the history, formation, and...
Quantum Dots used to 'Draw'...
UCLA describes the combined research of chemists and engineers to use quantum dots as an inexpensive means of creating nanoscale circuitry for molecular...
Chemistry at Stony Brook:...
In this resource, Stanislaus Wong at Stony Brook University presents his research in carbon nanotubes and semiconductor nanocrystals. After a short...
Nanocrystal Quantum Dots: From... PDF
This PDF document was created by Victor Klimov of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. It discussing the development of a new laser based on quantum dots. The...
Ball-bearing for the 21st Century
In this "In Depth" article from Nanotechweb, Edwin Cartlidge makes comparisons between new quantum discoveries in the 21st century and the ball-bearing...
Modified Quantum Dots Could Lead...
This online article from Carnegie Mellon Today, discusses how chemists are researching quantum dots to evaluate their effectiveness in treating diseases such...



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