Copper indium sulfide quantum dots (CIS QDs) and their core-shell analogues (CIS@ZnS QDs) were functionalized with pyrene chromophores via a dihydrolipoamide bifunctional binding moiety: UV excitation of the pyrene chromophores resulted in sensitized emission of the CIS core because of an efficient energy transfer process; the core-shell hybrid system exhibits a 50% increased brightness when excited at 345 nm.

Light-harvesting antennae based on copper indium sulfide (CIS) quantum dots

Morselli G.;Gradone A.;Morandi V.;Ceroni P.
2022

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Copper indium sulfide quantum dots (CIS QDs) and their core-shell analogues (CIS@ZnS QDs) were functionalized with pyrene chromophores via a dihydrolipoamide bifunctional binding moiety: UV excitation of the pyrene chromophores resulted in sensitized emission of the CIS core because of an efficient energy transfer process; the core-shell hybrid system exhibits a 50% increased brightness when excited at 345 nm.
Morselli G.; Gradone A.; Morandi V.; Ceroni P.
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