nanocrystal


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nanocrystal

A crystal with one dimension smaller than 100 nanometers. See crystal.
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The agreement combines highly complementary technologies for producing fluorescent semiconducting nanocrystals and nanobeads, which are gaining increasing use in the detection of low-abundance molecules in biological research and clinical diagnosis.
Three filler particles were used in this study: a nanocrystal ZnO with about 49 nm average particle size produced by Nanophase Technologies Corp.
Rapid cooling following pulsed laser melting stabilizes a metastable, amorphous, compositionally mixed phase state at room temperature, while moderate heating followed by slower cooling returns the nanocrystals to their initial bilobed crystalline state," said Chrzan.
2]] nanocomposites with average nanocrystal diameters of approximately 8 nm via pyrolysis of the in situ generated lead thiolate single-source precursors.
Two teams of researchers, from the United States and Germany, have found a way to make diamond nanocrystals into microscopes that could see at the resolution of a single molecule.
As Oregon's first thin film solar manufacturing plant, the Gresham facility will prove the commercial application of our nanocrystal ultrathin-film solar cell technology in a very capital-efficient way and solidify Solexant's place as a leader in the solar industry.
The funding round comes on the heels of the launch of PixClear, Pixelligent s first standard product family of nanocrystal dispersions, and the initiation of an aggressive advertising campaign to support the product launch.
Now a team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania has shown that nanoscale particles, or nanocrystals, of the semiconductor cadmium selenide can be "printed" or "coated" on flexible plastics to form high-performance electronics.
The researchers, from Berkeley Lab's Molecular Foundry, in collaboration with a researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, have shown how nanocomposites with desired properties can be designed and fabricated by first assembling nanocrystals and nanorods coated with short organic molecules, called ligands.
Nelson continued, "with product lines such as eFluor(TM) Nanocrystals, we are also adding rapidly to our existing revenue base with products protected by an increasingly large and commercially valuable intellectual property portfolio.