Energy-transfer pumping of semiconductor nanocrystals using an epitaxial quantum well

@article{Achermann2004EnergytransferPO,
  title={Energy-transfer pumping of semiconductor nanocrystals using an epitaxial quantum well},
  author={M. Achermann and M. Petruska and S. Kos and D. Smith and D. Koleske and V. Klimov},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2004},
  volume={429},
  pages={642-646}
}
  • M. Achermann, M. Petruska, +3 authors V. Klimov
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Nature
  • As a result of quantum-confinement effects, the emission colour of semiconductor nanocrystals can be modified dramatically by simply changing their size. Such spectral tunability, together with large photoluminescence quantum yields and high photostability, make nanocrystals attractive for use in a variety of light-emitting technologies—for example, displays, fluorescence tagging, solid-state lighting and lasers. An important limitation for such applications, however, is the difficulty of… CONTINUE READING
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