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.
What does CdSe stand for?
CdSe stands for Cadmium Selenide
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Cadmium selenide quantum dots are among the most studied, with potential applications not only in medicine, but as components of solar cells, quantum computers, light-emitting diodes and more.
The dots, from 2 to 10 nanometers (nm) across, are typically made of cadmium selenide or lead sulfide.
Made of cadmium selenide (CdSe), the quantum dot is 3-6nm in diameter and excels in size distribution and photochemical stability.
These are ultra-small fluorescent beads of cadmium selenide that can convert the blue light produced by an LED into a warm white light with a spectrum similar to that of incandescent light.
Scientists from the University of Notre Dame used nano-sized particles of titanium oxide and covered them in either cadmium sulphide or cadmium selenide.