nanocrystal


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nan·o·crys·tal

 (năn′ō-krĭs′təl)
n.
A lattice-shaped arrangement of atoms that typically has dimensions of less than 100 nanometers, such as a quantum dot.
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This paper presents the characterization of electrophoret-ically deposited OA-capped CdSe nanocrystal thin films as a function of time.