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Quantum dot on a plasma-facing microparticle surface: Thermal balance

@inproceedings{Pustylnik2022QuantumDO,
  title={Quantum dot on a plasma-facing microparticle surface: Thermal balance},
  author={Mikhail Pustylnik},
  year={2022}
}
. Semiconductor nanocrystals, quantum dots, are known to exhibit the quantum-confined Stark effect which reveals itself in the shift of their photoluminescence spectra in response to external electric field. It was, therefore, proposed to use quantum dots deposited on the microparticle surface for the optical measurement of the charge acquired by the microparticles in low- temperature plasmas. Thermal balance of a quantum dot residing on the surface of a microparticle immersed in a plasma is… 

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