7 December 1992 Optical properties and structural characteristics of semiconductor-doped oxide gels
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CdS and PbS semiconductor nanoclusters (2 - 10 nm) are produced by using direct precipitation, (gamma) -radiolysis and reversed micelles. A chemical capping reaction is made at the cluster surface by thiolate complexes. The structure and the size of the capped clusters are determined by Optical Absorption, X-ray Diffraction, Small Angle X-ray Scattering and High Resolution Electron Microscopy. After grafting of a gel precursor at the cluster surface, PbS and CdS particles can be incorporated in optically clear and dense oxide gels prepared by hydrolysis of metal alkoxides in a wet atmosphere.
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Thierry Gacoin, Thierry Gacoin, Cyrille Train, Cyrille Train, Frederic Chaput, Frederic Chaput, Jean-Pierre Boilot, Jean-Pierre Boilot, Pascal Aubert, Pascal Aubert, M. Gandais, M. Gandais, Yangshu Wang, Yangshu Wang, Andre Lecomte, Andre Lecomte, } "Optical properties and structural characteristics of semiconductor-doped oxide gels", Proc. SPIE 1758, Sol-Gel Optics II, (7 December 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.132049; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.132049
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