One such qubit, a quantum dot, is made of semiconductor nanocrystals embedded in a chip and can be controlled electro-optically.
What does SCNC stand for?
SCNC stands for Semiconductor Nanocrystals
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Zhu and his team previously demonstrated that those hot electrons could be captured using semiconductor nanocrystals.
that its recently licensed "electronic glue" chemistry will enable high efficiency solar cells to be fabricated from semiconductor nanocrystals with low cost roll-to-roll processing.
BioPixels provides coatings and metal alloys for the semiconductor nanocrystals.
Nevertheless, attempts to include such impurities in tiny clumps of atoms known as semiconductor nanocrystals have often failed.
The NTP program will focus initially on studies of single-walled carbon nanotubes, titanium dioxide, quantum dots (fluorescent semiconductor nanocrystals used in imaging equipment), and fullerenes.
Quantum dots are semiconductor nanocrystals that can be tuned to emit light at specific wavelengths, and quantum dot LEDs (QLEDs) are thin-film, low-voltage devices with the capability to emit in both monochrome and full-color modes.
Semiconductor nanocrystals are mass-produceable and have promise for use in device manufacturing via inkjet printing and other solution-based processes.