Cadmium telluride, 5 mg
Melting point (mp) 707 °C
Storage temp. +4 °C
ADR 9 III
CAS No. [1306-25-8]
excl. VAT. | 5 mg per Pack Qty.
Art. No. 8256.1
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Our nanoparticles are well suited for many applications and are mainly supplied as a hydrophilic powder that can be easily suspended in aqueous solutions.
Quantum Dots (QD)
Quantum dots are fluorescent nanoparticles of certain semiconducting materials, whose electronic properties closely depend on the size of the particles. The fluorescence wavelength shifts towards red for larger particles, and to blue for the smaller ones. This allows coverage of the complete visible colour spectrum with quantum dots of different sizes and yet the same material. The possibility to control the size of the particles during their manufacturing, allows to precisely adjust their electronic and fluorescent properties. The inorganic nature of quantum dots makes them far more stable than organic fluorescent dyes. Moreover, the surface of quantum dot particles is modified with carboxylic groups, which makes them highly soluble in water and enables covalent conjugation with proteins and other molecules.
|Fluorescence λ max.||505-515 nm|