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Metal-insulator transition in films of doped semiconductor nanocrystals

Journal: 
Nature Materials
Volume: 
15
Pages: 
299–303
Year Published: 
November, 2015
DOI: 
10.1038/nmat4486
Solely Supported by the EFRC: 
Not Solely supported by the EFRC
Non-Peer-Reviewed: 
No
Author: 
Chen, Ting
Reich, K. V.
Kramer, Nicolaas J.
Fu, Han
Kortshagen, Uwe R.
Shklovskii, B. I.
Acknowledgements: 
The authors would like to thank K. A. Matveev, C. Leighton, B. Skinner and A. Kamenev for helpful discussions, C. D. Frisbie for the use of his equipment and R. Knurr for assistance with the ICP-OES analysis. T.C. (electrical transport studies) and K.V.R.(theory) were supported primarily by the National Science Foundation through the University of Minnesota MRSEC under Award Number DMR-1420013. N.J.K. (materials synthesis) was supported by the DOE Center for Advanced Solar Photophysics (CASP), an Energy Frontier Research Center funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences. Part of this work was carried out in the College of Science and Engineering Characterization Facility, University of Minnesota, which has received capital equipment funding from the NSF through the UMN MRSEC Program. Part of this work also used the College of Science and Engineering Nanofabrication Center, University of Minnesota, which receives partial support from NSF through the NNIN Program.

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