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Hybridized Organic and Polymer Nanocrystals for Optically Functional Materials

update:2019-01-18
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Organic-inorganic hybridized nano-material is one of the most important objectives in current material science, which would provide peculiar properties and unique function induced by optoelectronic interactions at the interface. Aiming at the development of novel nanostructure toward photonic devices, we have tried to fabricate well-defined core-shell type hybridized nanocrystals and their ordered array structure, and to evaluate linear and nonlinear optical properties.

Targeted Application(s)/Industry
Optical devices will contribute the development in the information and commutations, medical field etc. in near future. In addition, these employed fabrication techniques will be applied smoothly to polymer industry so as to enhance remarkably properties in polymer composites.

Researchers

Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials

OIKAWA, Hidetoshi , Professor
Doctor of Science

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