Findings from W. Wang et al Update Understanding of Nanofibers (Self-Replication Fabrication of Ligand-Free CdSe Quantum Dots on a Nanofiber Microreactor via a Solid-Liquid Interfacial Method)
The news reporters obtained a quote from the research, "After reacting on the nanofibrous microreactor, the as-prepared CdSe QDs without using any ligands are released from the microreactor, presenting a monodispersion with a mean diameter of similar to 3 nm along with good fluorescent properties (lambda(em) = 620 nm). ZnSe QDs could also be prepared in the same manner, indicating this self-replication method to have wide suitability for the construction of QDs via this solid-liquid interface microreactor."
According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "For practice, we further applied the CdSe QDs as fluorescent inks for versatile printing of luminescent patterns toward anticounterfeit and optoelectronic applications."
For more information on this research see: Self-Replication Fabrication of Ligand-Free CdSe Quantum Dots on a Nanofiber Microreactor via a Solid-Liquid Interfacial Method.
Our news correspondents report that additional information may be obtained by contacting W. Wang, Jiangsu Key Lab Fine Chem & Funct Polymer Mat,
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