Curated Data based on Instance of Characterization
As Synthesized
Nanomaterial State:
liquid suspension
  • Physico-Chemical Characteristics
  • biological interactions
  • Environmental interactions
Overall nanomaterial
Material Type:
quantum dot
CORE (hover over circle for proportion of material)
arrow Proportion of Nanomaterial:    Not reported
Component 1
Material Type:
Group III-V
COATING (hover over circle for proportion of material)
arrow Proportion of Nanomaterial:    Not reported
Component 1
Material Type:
Group II-VI

Hydrophilic or Lipophilic?:
"W" - Hydrophilic (log D < 0)

The addition of a ZnSe shell permitted the mainten
ance of emission intensity. The brightness of the
QD sample was maintained over 6 hours of incubati
on in calf serum at 37 °C.


In Vitro Study 1

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