Optical Fiber Sensing Using Quantum Dots
AbstractRecent advances in the application of semiconductor nanocrystals, or quantumdots, as biochemical sensors are reviewed. Quantum dots have unique optical properties thatmake them promising alternatives to traditional dyes in many luminescence basedbioanalytical techniques. An overview of the more relevant progresses in the application ofquantum dots as biochemical probes is addressed. Special focus will be given toconfigurations where the sensing dots are incorporated in solid membranes and immobilizedin optical fibers or planar waveguide platforms. View Full-Text
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Jorge, P.; Martins, M.A.; Trindade, T.; Santos, J.L.; Farahi, F. Optical Fiber Sensing Using Quantum Dots. Sensors 2007, 7, 3489-3534.
Jorge P, Martins MA, Trindade T, Santos JL, Farahi F. Optical Fiber Sensing Using Quantum Dots. Sensors. 2007; 7(12):3489-3534.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jorge, Pedro; Martins, Manuel A.; Trindade, Tito; Santos, José L.; Farahi, Faramarz. 2007. "Optical Fiber Sensing Using Quantum Dots." Sensors 7, no. 12: 3489-3534.