The Role of Semiconductor/Substrate Mismatch in the Formation of Electrodeposited Quantum Dots

Yuval Golan, L. Margulis, B. Alperson, G. Hodes, J. Hutchison, Israel Rubinstein

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Abstract

Electrodeposition of CdSe (Te) from non-aqueous solutions produces films and
quantum dots (QDs), the nature of which is sensitively dependent on the semiconductor/substrate combination. Epitaxial CdSe quantum dots, 4-5 nm in size are formed on {lll} Au substrates, and the QD size increases with substitutional incorporation of small amounts of Te into the CdSe lattice. Diffraction-amorphous CdSe QDs are obtained on Pd substrates, which exhibit short range order characteristic of hexagonal CdSe
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNanoparticles in Solids and Solutions
EditorsJanos H. Fendler, Imre Dekany
PublisherKluwer Academic/Human Sciences Press Inc.
Pages167-174
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)978-90-481-4776-2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 1996

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