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Quantum Dot
... A quantum dot is a portion of matter (e.g ... The term "quantum dot" was coined by Mark Reed ... Researchers have studied quantum dots in transistors, solar cells, LEDs, and diode lasers ...
Chemical Biology - Systems of Interest - Fluorescence For Assessing Protein Location and Function - Fluorophores and Techniques To Tag Proteins
... Tsien, hybrid system and quantum dots have enable assessing protein location and function more precisely ... dyes, green fluorescent proteins, and quantum dots ... Quantum dots have very sharp wavelength, high molar absorptivity and quantum yield ...
Indium Arsenide
... Quantum dots can be formed in a monolayer of indium arsenide on indium phosphide or gallium arsenide ... create tensions in the surface layer, which in turn leads to formation of the quantum dots ... Quantum dots can also be formed in indium gallium arsenide, as indium arsenide dots sitting in the gallium arsenide matrix ...
Quantum Dot Cellular Automaton - Quantum-dot Cells - Modern Cells
... solid state QCA cell design considers the distance between quantum dots to be about 20 nm, and a distance between cells of about 60 nm ... Just like any CA, Quantum (-dot) Cellular Automata are based on the simple interaction rules between cells placed on a grid ... A QCA cell is constructed from four quantum dots arranged in a square pattern ...
LED-backlit LCD Display - Technology
... major Japanese electronics company, under which it will design and develop quantum dots for LED backlights in LCDs ... Quantum dots are useful in displays, because they emit light in specific, normal distributions ... Other companies are also developing quantum dots for displays Nanosys, 3M, QD Vision of Lexington, Massachusetts and LG Display of South Korea ...

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