Large-area (> 50 cm × 50 cm), freestanding, flexible, optical membranes of Cd-free nanocrystal quantum dots
IEEE Photonics Conference 2012
477 - 478
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Colloidal semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) have been extensively explored for numerous applications ranging from optoelectronics to biotechnology. This strong demand for the colloidal QDs arises because of their favorable optical and electronic properties. From the application points of view, QDs typically need to be used in their solid form, as opposed to their as-synthesized dispersion form. For immobilization of QDs and homogeneity of their films, various polymers have been used to host QDs within solid media. However, the integration of QDs into a polymeric medium is commonly complex, which requires a high level of understanding to provide optical quality. © 2012 IEEE.
Nanocrystal quantum dots
Optical and electronic properties
Semiconductor quantum dots