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Structural Stability of CdSe Nanocrystallite Dispersions

  • H. Mattoussi (a1) (a2), C.B. Murray (a2), M.G. Bawendi (a2) and R. Ober (a3)


X-ray scattering at small angles (SAXS) is used to study the structure and the thermodynamic properties of dispersions of CdSe nanocrystallite particles. In particular, this study allowed us to probe the inter particle interactions, and their dependence on several relevant parameters, such as the nature and size of the capping units attached to the crystallite surface and solvent.



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