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Photoluminescent silicon nanoparticles containing camptothecin (CPT) were fabricated by using a CPT-derivatized porous silicon (PSi). PSi samples displaying red photoluminescence (PL) were prepared by an electrochemical etch of n-type silicon under the illumination with a 300 W tungsten filament bulb for the duration of etch. For the drug-derivatized PSi,(More)
Adsorption and desorption characteristics of gradient distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) porous silicon (PSi) were investigated under the exposure of organic vapors. Gradient DBR PSi whose average pore size decreased as the lateral distance from the Pt electrode increased was generated by using an asymmetric etching configuration. The reflection resonances(More)
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