Abstract

The photoluminescence from single semiconductor nanocrystals exhibits intensity fluctuations, known as “blinking.” We will discuss core-shell CdZnSe/ZnSe nanocrystals that exhibit continuous, non-blinking photoluminescence, and how these nanocrystals may enable breakthroughs in photonics applications.

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