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CDSEClub des Directeurs de Sécurité des Entreprises (French: Security Companies Directors Club)
CDSECadmium Selenide
CDSECombined Defence Services Examination (Indian Armed Forces)
CDSECommunity Development and Support Expenditure (New South Wales, Australia)
CDSECareer Development and Student Employment (University of Hawaii)
CDSECommunity Development South East (UK)
CDSEChild Development Special Education (university curriculum; various locations)
CDSECryptologic Direct Support Element
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Othman, "Low-temperature synthesis and characterisation of ultra-small cadmium selenide quantum dots in octadecene solution," in Proceedings of the PV Asia Pacific Conference, PVAP 2011, vol.
Rosenthal, "Bright white light emission from ultrasmall cadmium selenide nanocrystals," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
The researchers followed that layer by spin-coating a layer of the aluminum oxide nanocrystal-based insulator, then a layer of the cadmium selenide nanocrystal-based semiconductor and finally another masked layer for the indium/silver mixture, which forms the transistor's source and drain electrodes.
Selvin, for instance, takes a core of cadmium selenide and then adds a sulfur atom and a chain of 11 carbon atoms.
In particular, the electrophoretic deposition of cadmium selenide (CdSe) nanocrystals is being studied due to the diverse applications of these semiconductor nanocrystals, including fluorescent tags in biological imaging (Stroh et al., 2005), solid state lighting (Zhao et al., 2006; Schreuder et al., 2008), and next generation solar cells (Smith et al., 2008; Salant et al., 2010).
QD technology based materials cover cadmium selenide, cadmium sulphide, cadmium telluride, indium arsenide, graphene, and silicon.
Mohd, "Surface structure and optical property of amorphous carbon nanotubes hybridized with cadmium selenide quantum dots," Journal of Nanoparticle Research, vol.
Brutchey and David Webber, a postdoctoral researcher at the university, developed a surface coating for the nanocrystals, which are made of the semiconductor cadmium selenide. In the past, organic molecules were attached to the nanocrys tals to keep them stable and to prevent them from sticking together.
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.
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles are coated with cadmium sulfide (CdS) or cadmium selenide (CdSe.) The composite nanoparticles, when mixed with a solvent, form a paste that can be applied as one- step paint to a transparent conducting material, which creates electricity when exposed to light.
Cadmium selenide quantum dots can be used in a wide range of technological applications.
Starting with widely studied and practically useful nanomaterials-such as cadmium selenide quantum dots, whose size can be adjusted to emit different colours of visible light-the team showed how Wanda can optimise the size, crystal structure and luminescence properties of different nanocrystals.