Subwavelength emitters in the near-infrared based on mercury telluride naoncrystals
The investigation of the optical properties of near-infrared-emitting mercury telluride (HgTe) nanocrystals coated on latex spheres by using fluorescence confocal microscopy (FCM) was discussed. The FCM was applied to isolate single nanospheres and measure their bleaching rates and fluorescence lifetime. It was suggested that the construction and investigation of a subwavelength infrared emitter was possible even if the detection of single infrared emitting quantum dots remained elusive. It was...[Show more]
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