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Here, we show that these cadmium selenide nanocrystal devices can move electrons 22 times faster than in amorphous silicon.
Taipei, March 14, 2011 (CENS) -- Nanocrystal Asia Inc.
Through simulated experiments over a 22-day testing period, the nanocrystal converted 24% of absorbed sunlight into hydrogen.
In our study, we found that coalescence events are frequently involved in the early stage of nanocrystal growth and yet monodisperse nanocrystals are still formed," he added.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Colloidal nanocrystals sound like something out of Star Trek, perhaps Scottie's alternate source of warp power for the Enterprise when the dilithium crystals burn out.
In their study, Lukin and his collaborators show how a single NV-center in a diamond nanocrystal can detect magnetic fields as weak as one-ten-thousandth of Earth's magnetic field.
Crystalplex provided BioCrystal with a nonexclusive worldwide sublicense to its alloyed nanocrystal technology licensed from Indiana University.
1) reported a new finding that a nanocrystal ZnO retarded gelation of branched low-density polyethylene (BLDPE).