Excitonic And Vibrational Dynamics In Nanotechnology: Quantum Dots Vs. Nanotubes
200 pages | Pan Stanford Publishing (May 12, 2009) | 981424130X | PDF | 48 Mb
Rapid advances in chemical synthesis and fabrication techniques have led to novel nano-sized materials that exhibit original and often unforeseen properties. One of the greatest advantages of these nano-systems is that their electronic and optical properties can be controlled, not only by the material's inherent features, but also by the sample's size, shape, and topology. This flexibility makes them ideal for applications in several fields, ranging from electronics and optoelectronics to biology and medicine.