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Syntheses and Characterization of Nanometer-Sized Semiconductor Clusters

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During the past few years a wide variety of synthetic techniques have been developed to prepare semiconductor clusters in the nanometer size regime. These clusters possess properties which are intermediate between the molecular and bulk limits and can be considered a new class of materials. In this paper, we review their synthesis and discuss recent developments as well as possible future directions.

Affiliations: 1: Central Research and Development Department The DuPont Company P.O. Box 80356, Wilmington, DE 19880-0356 Contribution No. 5696


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