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    • Excitonics of semiconductor quantum dots and wires for lighting and displays 

      Guzelturk, B.; Martinez, P. L. H.; Zhang, Q.; Xiong, Q.; Sun, H.; Sun, X. W.; Govorov, A. O.; Demir, Hilmi Volkan (Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2013)
      In the past two decades, semiconductor quantum dots and wires have developed into new, promising classes of materials for next-generation lighting and display systems due to their superior optical properties. In particular, ...
    • Persistent currents in carbon nanotubes 

      Çetiner, Sinem Binicioğlu (Bilkent University, 2003)
      Carbon nanotubes are one of the most important findings of physics in the recent years. They are of great interest because of their various electrical, and mechanical features. All the properties of the nanotubes are ...
    • Tailoring insoluble nanobelts into soluble anti-UV nanopotpourris 

      Wang, J.; Sun, X. W.; Jiao, Z.; Khoo, E.; Lee, P. S.; Ma, J.; Demir, Hilmi Volkan (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011)
      Soluble, transparent and anti-UV nanopotpourris have been prepared by tailoring long nanobelts. The strains and layered structures facilitate the breaking of the as-synthesized nanobelts under an applied mechanical action. ...