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Plasmonic p–n Junction for Infrared Light to Chemical Energy Conversion - Journal of the American Chemical Society (ACS Publications)
Making hydrogen gas with IR light. Though one wonders where direct conversion with this photocatalyst is better than using a frequency converter intermediary and a different photocatlyst...
japa  hydrogen  production  materials  science  research  technology  IR  cadmium  copper  sulfide  photocatalyst  heterostructure  nanocrystal  surface  plasmon  solar  fuel 
march 2019 by asteroza
Cyborg Bacteria Change the Game in Carbon Dioxide Reduction - IEEE Spectrum
tweaked bacteria equipped with cadmium sulfide nanocrystals have superior photosynthesis efficiency, converting sunlight and CO2 into acetic acid, which can be fed to other tweaked E. Coli who can convert acetic acid to butanol.
artificial  photosynthesis  cadmium  sulfide  nanocrystal  bacteria  CO2  fixation  biology  materials  science  research  technology  synthetic  synfuel  biofuel 
august 2017 by asteroza
Hybrid Molecule–Nanocrystal Photon Upconversion Across the Visible and Near-Infrared - Nano Letters (ACS Publications)
Interesting hybrid organic/inorganic frequency converter, takes 2 IR photons in, upconverts to single higher frequency photon. Not quite a frequency doubler, but possibly still useful. Since you aren't wasting IR inputs
inorganic  nanocrystal  organic  ligand  composite  materials  science  research  technology  IR  infrared  photon  frequency  upconversion  conversion  upgrade  solar  PV  Delicious 
august 2015 by asteroza
Purdue News - Natural nanocrystals shown to strengthen concrete
Notably not directly increasing strength, but rather aiding in wetting the cement during the hydration steps, which produces stronger concrete.
cellulose  nanocrystal  additive  conrete  strength  curing  materials  science  research  technology  nanotechnology  Delicious 
april 2015 by asteroza
Photon upconversion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photon upconversion (UC) is a process in which the sequential absorption of two or more photons leads to the emission of light at shorter wavelength than the excitation wavelength. It is an anti-Stokes type emission.
upconversion  nanocrystal  ipas  stokes 
november 2013 by fang

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