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Resonant energy transfer within a colloidal nanocrystal polymer host system
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10.1063/1.2645592
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(Color online) Comparison of the time-integrated emission and absorption spectra of an PF2/6 film and the QDs in an inert matrix of PMMA. The spectral overlap between PF2/6 emission and QD absorption is apparent.

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(Color online) Photoluminescence spectra around the emission wavelength of the QD of samples with different QD concentration. The excitation wavelength is .

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(Color online) Photoluminescence transients of the investigated samples. The detection wavelength is corresponding to the emission band of the PF2/6.

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(Color online) Time evolution of the photoluminescence detected at the interval from for the sample with highest QD concentration compared to the transient detected at . In order to eliminate the decay characteristics from the PF2/6, the normalized transient of the PF2/6-QD sample is divided by the normalized transient of the neat PF2/6 sample at .

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Scitation: Resonant energy transfer within a colloidal nanocrystal polymer host system
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/90/7/10.1063/1.2645592
10.1063/1.2645592
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