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Semiconductor Clusters, Nanocrystals, and Quantum Dots

Alivisatos, A. P.; Ap, Alivisatos


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  "datePublished": "1996-02-16", 
  "description": "Current research into semiconductor clusters is focused on the properties of quantum dots-fragments of semiconductor consisting of hundreds to many thousands of atoms-with the bulk bonding geometry and with surface states eliminated by enclosure in a material that has a larger band gap. Quantum dots exhibit strongly size-dependent optical and electrical properties. The ability to join the dots into complex assemblies creates many opportunities for scientific discovery.", 
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