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October 12th, 2006

Essential characteristics of self-assembled quantum dots

Abstract:
Dr. Mohamed Henini from the School of Physics & Astronomy ast the University of Nottingham in the UK explained the potential of self-assembled QDs to Nanowerk: "Among the devices that could benefit from the self-assembled QDs are volatile and non-volatile semiconductor memory and hard disk materials.

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