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Modulation of the solubility of luminescent semiconductor nanocrystals through facile surface functionalization
journal contributionposted on 2017-06-16, 13:26 authored by Tommaso Avellini, Christophe Lincheneau, Marcello La Rosa, Antonio Pertegas, Henk J. Bolink, Iain Wright, Edwin C. Constable, Serena Silvi, Alberto Credi
The solubility of luminescent quantum dots in solvents from hexane to water can be finely tuned by the choice of the countercations associated with carboxylate residues present on the nanocrystal surface. The resulting nanocrystals exhibit long term colloidal and chemical stability and maintain their photophysical properties. This journal is © the Partner Organisations 2014.
The authors acknowledge support from the EU (FP7-NMP project Hysens, No. 263091), MIUR (PRIN 2010CX2TLM), the University of Basel and the University of Bologna.
Published inChemical Communications
Pages11020 - 11022
CitationAVELLINI, T. ...et al., 2014. Modulation of the solubility of luminescent semiconductor nanocrystals through facile surface functionalization. Chemical Communications, 50(75), pp. 11020-11022.
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