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Inorganic chemistry solutions to semiconductor nanocrystal problems

TitleInorganic chemistry solutions to semiconductor nanocrystal problems
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsAlvarado, SR, Guo, YJ, Ruberu, TPA, Tavasoli, E, Vela, J
JournalCoordination Chemistry Reviews
Volume263
Pagination182-196
Date Published03
Type of ArticleReview
ISBN Number0010-8545
Accession NumberWOS:000331772400012
Keywordsaugmented-wave, Bottom-up nanofabrication, cdse quantum dots, Chemical reactivity, cobalt oxyhydroxide, initio molecular-dynamics, magnetic-resonance-spectroscopy, method, Molecular programming, nanorod heterostructures, Photocatalysis, photocatalytic hydrogen-production, Photodeposition, Quantum dot, room-temperature, Surface functionalization, total-energy calculations, valence, visible-light
Abstract

s native ligands and original optical properties, as well as on spectroscopic methods of characterization useful in determining surface ligand organization and chemistry. Using recent examples from our group and collaborators, we demonstrate how these efforts have lead to faster, wider and more systematic application of semiconductor nanocrystal-based materials to biological imaging and tracking, and to photocatalysis of unconventional substrates. We believe techniques and methods borrowed from inorganic chemistry (including coordination, organometallic and solid state chemistry) have much to offer in reaching a better understanding of the synthesis, functionalization and real-life application of such exciting materials as semiconductor nanocrystals (quantum-dots, rods, tetrapods, etc). (C) 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

DOI10.1016/j.ccr.2013.09.001
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