Energy transfer in rigid solutions with nonuniform distribution of components based on quantum dots and organic molecules
Energy transfer in hybrid structures based on colloidal quantum dots of CdSe/ZnS and molecules of tetra(p-trimethylamino)phenylporphin formed in polyethylene terephthalate track membranes is considered. A physical model for the formation of these hybrid structures is proposed, and the distribution of structure components in the near-surface layer of track membrane pores is estimated.
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