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Chemistry Nobel Prize Celebrates Colloidal Quantum Dots: Highly-Engineered, Spectrally Pure Light

Jonathan S. Steckel
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Clément Livache
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Peter Reiss
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Abstract

The Chemistry Nobel Prize of this year has been awarded to Alexei Ekimov, Luis Brus, and Moungi Bawendi for their significant contributions to the discovery and synthesis of colloidal quantum dots. What initially started as a strategy to explore the physics of reduced dimensionality in matter has transitioned over the past 40 years into a commercially available technology platform, the largest of which provides red and green color sources for displays. In this overview, we will delve into this transition process and the pivotal roles played by the laureates.
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hal-04318835 , version 1 (01-12-2023)

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Emmanuel Lhuillier, Jonathan S. Steckel, Clément Livache, Peter Reiss. Chemistry Nobel Prize Celebrates Colloidal Quantum Dots: Highly-Engineered, Spectrally Pure Light. Photoniques, 2023, 122, pp.18-20. ⟨10.1051/photon/202212218⟩. ⟨hal-04318835⟩
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