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  • adj. Of or pertaining to excitons or excitonics


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  • At the same time I worked on the theory of an excitonic transition in Bi in strong magnetic fields.

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  • "This ability to control the excitonic properties in plasmonic fluorescent quantum dots is essential to the development of devices such as solar cells, light emitting diodes, or optical circuits and might improve the sensitivity of quantum-dot based biosensing assays," Cotlet said. - latest science and technology news stories

  • 'Scaffolding' to regenerate lost or damaged bones and tissues, even stop age clock New type of 'excitonic' computer a step closer to commercial viability SIM 2009 study: Boosting productivity and cutting costs top IT concerns

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