Luisa D Bozano

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Artificial DNA nanostructures show promise for the organization of functional materials to create nanoelectronic or nano-optical devices. DNA origami, in which a long single strand of DNA is folded into a shape using shorter 'staple strands', can display 6-nm-resolution patterns of binding sites, in principle allowing complex arrangements of carbon(More)
The development of nanoscale electronic and photonic devices will require a combination of the high throughput of lithographic patterning and the high resolution and chemical precision afforded by self-assembly. However, the incorporation of nanomaterials with dimensions of less than 10 nm into functional devices has been hindered by the disparity between(More)
We study the temperature dependence of the current–voltage and radiance–voltage curves in double-carrier injected polymer light-emitting devices comprised of poly~2-methoxy,5~28-ethyl-hexoxy!– p-phenylene vinylene) ~MEH–PPV! and MEH–PPV/SiO2 as the active layer. The quantum efficiency increases significantly as the temperature is decreased in agreement with(More)
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