Abstract

We investigated the interaction of an intense laser radiation with colloidal solutions containing CdSe/ZnS core shell quantum dots (QDs; mean size 3.4 nm), fullerene C60, and Perylene. These materials would give rise to the photoinduced electron transfer and charge separation on the QDs and thus the optical limiting effect. Results confirm the intended aim, obtained by means of intermediate metastable products of reversible photochemical reactions, i.e., ion radicals of hybrid systems containing semiconductor nanoparticles.

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