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QMC's QD synthesis process allows for mass-production in a very cost-efficient and "green" manner while competitors use industry-standard dual-injection colloidal synthesis, which is expensive, uses toxic chemicals and is generally not viable for commercializing large-scale applications.
Among the topics are the colloidal synthesis of noble metal nanoparticles of complex morphologies, experiment and history in structural aspects of anisotropic metal nanoparticle growth, a soft chemistry approach to controlling the shape of platinum and palladium nanocrystals from individual particles to their self-assembled superlattices, localized surface plasmons of multifaceted metal nanoparticles, surface-enhanced Raman scattering using complex-shaped metal nanostructures, and metal nanoparticles in biomedical applications.