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Nanomaterials: Quantum Dots, Nanowires and Nanotubes
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  • Nanomaterials - Quantum Dots, Nanowires and Nanotubes 1. Nanomaterials - Quantum Dots, … 0
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  • Questions… 2. Questions… 136.20286953620288
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  • Q: What is a quantum dot? 3. Q: What is a quantum dot? 251.51818485151819
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  • Q: What is a nanowire? 4. Q: What is a nanowire? 391.991991991992
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  • Q: What is a nanotube? 5. Q: What is a nanotube? 618.75208541875213
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  • Q: How big is a nanometer? 6. Q: How big is a nanometer? 903.50350350350357
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  • nanoscale 7. nanoscale 915.78244911578247
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  • Q: What makes nanostructured materials (scientifically) interesting? 8. Q: What makes nanostructured m… 927.06039372706039
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  • Electronic and Optical Properties 9. Electronic and Optical Propert… 1324.3576910243578
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  • Electrons in solids 10. Electrons in solids 1339.6396396396397
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  • Electrons in solids 11. Electrons in solids 1471.7717717717719
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  • Electrons in solids 12. Electrons in solids 1765.5989322655989
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  • Electrons in solids 13. Electrons in solids 1809.8431765098433
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  • Electrons in nanostructured materials 14. Electrons in nanostructured ma… 1888.0213546880214
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  • Electrons in nanostructured materials 15. Electrons in nanostructured ma… 1954.6880213546881
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  • Electrons in nanostructured materials 16. Electrons in nanostructured ma… 2149.3827160493829
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  • From vibrating strings to electrons 17. From vibrating strings to elec… 2313.0797464130796
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  • Optical properties 18. Optical properties 2367.3006339673007
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  • Example: Quantum Dots 19. Example: Quantum Dots 2469.1024357691026
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  • …but what is the wavefunction? 20. …but what is the wavefunctio… 2567.2672672672675
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  • How does quantum confinement work in a nanowire? 21. How does quantum confinement w… 2883.2832832832833
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  • The carbon nanotube ….neither diamond nor graphite 22. The carbon nanotube ….neithe… 2932.5325325325325
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  • Applications of nanostructured materials 23. Applications of nanostructured… 3160.6940273606942
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  • Don't forget Nanopants… 24. Don't forget Nanopants… 3207.540874207541
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  • …or nano-tennis racquets… 25. …or nano-tennis racquets… 3217.5508842175509
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  • Application to nanoelectronics 26. Application to nanoelectronics 3246.27961294628
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  • Four decades of Moore's Law 27. Four decades of Moore's Law 3252.0854187520854
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  • Si is already in the 28. Si is already in the "nano" re… 3266.5999332666
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  • How far can we go with silicon? 29. How far can we go with silicon… 3306.74007340674
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  • Future Nanotechnology 30. Future Nanotechnology 3322.5558892225558
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  • How are nanostructured materials made? 31. How are nanostructured materia… 3355.1885218551888
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  • One approach: catalysis 32. One approach: catalysis 3419.1191191191192
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  • Questions and Answers 33. Questions and Answers 3569.86986986987
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  • Questions and Answers 34. Questions and Answers 3767.9012345679012
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  • Questions and Answers 35. Questions and Answers 4262.6960293626962
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  • Questions and Answers 36. Questions and Answers 5045.7123790457126
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  • Questions and Answers 37. Questions and Answers 5747.0136803470141
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  • Questions and Answers 38. Questions and Answers 6468.7687687687694
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