By Ilijas Farah

ISBN-10: 0821821172

ISBN-13: 9780821821176

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This situation can be described Eg(d) k r d as a charge carrier confined in an infinite potential well of width d. Here, the width d of the potential well corresponds to the diameter of the QD. The only allowed states are those whose wavefunctions vanish at the borders of the well [7]. This leads to discrete energy levels [7, 10]. The energy gap between the lowest possible energy level for electrons and holes Eg(d) is larger than that of a bulk material Eg(bulk). 4), the lowest energy for an electron in a 1-D potential well is: Ewell;1d ¼ 1=8 h2 =md2 ð2:10Þ where d is the width of the well.

Most electron transport measurements on QDs performed to date have used the two types of QD described above. The lateral arrangement offers a relatively high degree of freedom for the structure design, which is determined by the choice of electrode geometry. It is also possible to fabricate and study artiﬁcial molecules [63–69] that are composed of several QDS, linked together. By using the vertical arrangement, structures with very few electrons can be achieved [70] and, indeed, much effort is currently being expended on investigations into many-body phenomena with these QD systems.

11 Absorption (solid lines) and emission spectra (dotted lines) of colloidal CdSe QDs of different sizes. 6 nm diameter is at 507/547/580/ 605 nm, while the fluorescence peaks are at 528/57/592/637 nm. 7 Optical Properties of Quantum Dots lation is too large to be dissipated by vibrational modes; instead, it is released in the form of emitted photons. A radiative decay through the emission of photons – in other words, ﬂuorescence – is a highly probable decay channel in QDs [105]. As is the case of organic ﬂuorophores, the range of energies emitted from a colloidal dot sample after excitation is centered at a value that is smaller than that required to excite the sample (and which must be at least as large as its band gap).

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