Synthesis and Characterization of Monodisperse Nanocrystals and Close-Packed Nanocrystal Assemblies

▪ AbstractSolution phase syntheses and size-selective separation methods to prepare semiconductor and metal nanocrystals, tunable in size from ∼1 to 20 nm and monodisperse to ≤5%, are presented

C. B. Murray; C. R. Kagan; M. G. Bawendi

2002

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  • ▪ AbstractSolution phase syntheses and size-selective separation methods to prepare semiconductor and metal nanocrystals, tunable in size from ∼1 to 20 nm and monodisperse to ≤5%, are presented
  • At inter-particle separations 5–100 Å, dipole-dipole interactions lead to energy transfer between neighboring nanocrystals, and electronic tunneling between proximal nanocrystals gives rise to dark and photoconductivity
  • Tailoring the size and composition of the nanocrystals and the length and electronic structure of the matrix may tune the properties of nanocrystal solid-state materials
  • The additive manufacturing techniques utilized to generate samples covered in this review include powder bed fusion and ...Read More
  • ▪ Abstract The phase-field method has recently emerged as a powerful computational approach to modeling and predicting mesoscale morphological and microstructure evolution in materials
  • Soft lithography represents a non-photolithographic strategy based on self-assembly and replica molding for carrying out micro- and nanofabrication
  • Despite possessing a surface tension larger than any other liquid, gallium can form nonspherical ...Read More

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