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Photo-induced interfacial electron transfer from CdSe quantum dots to surface-bound p-benzoquinone and anthraquinone

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Here we report transient spectral red-shift and transient absorption enhancement of p-benzoquinone radical in the presence of CdSe quantum dots after 355 nm pulse laser excitation. The spectral shift was caused by surface-bound p-benzoquinone molecules while the transient absorption increase was due to interfacial electron transfer from CdSe quantum dots to p-benzoquinone molecules. In contrast, spectral shift and absorption increase were much less significant for anthraquinone in the presence of CdSe quantum dots due to their weak adsorption abilities.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Nuclear Analysis, Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, 201800, China


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