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Abstract

FOOTSTEPS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY BY QUANTUM DOTS WITH CORNELL DOTS IN BIOLOGICAL TAGGING, IMAGING AND OPTICAL COMPUTING

A Quantum dot is a semiconductor whose excitons are confined in all three spatial dimensions. As a result, they have properties that are between those of bulk semiconductors and those of discrete molecules. Move over, quantum dots make way for the new kids on the block brightly glowing nanoparticles dubbed Cornell dots frequently used in the field of nanotechnology for biological imaging to locate the organs and to study the biochemistry going on inside the living cell by optical computing


Author(s): PROF DR DHRUBO JYOTI SEN*, MAULIK K. PRAJAPATI AND PARIMAL M. PRAJAPATI

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