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Quantum rods

Not so cool after all

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One might have expected there was little left to learn about the dynamics of hot charge-carriers in semiconductors. But an unexpected heating mechanism in semiconducting quantum rods suggests there is still room for surprise.

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  1. Todd D. Krauss is in the Department of Chemistry, University of Rochester, New York 14627, USA. krauss@chem.rochester.edu

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