NewsUsing persistently luminescent nanocrystals to create 3-D
X-rays

18th February 2021by admin0
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A team of researchers with members from China and
Singapore has found that it is possible to use persistently
luminescent nanocrystals to create 3-D X-rays. In their paper
published in the journal Nature, the group describes a means for
creating nanocrystals that can hold onto excited charge carriers,
and how they used those crystals to fashion a bendable sheet that
could be used to create 3-D images using X-rays. Albano Carneiro
Neto and Oscar Malta, with the University of Aveiro and the Federal
University of Pernambuco, respectively, have published a News &
Views piece in the same journal issue outlining the history of 3-D
X-ray research and the work done by the team with this new
effort.

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