Silicon nanoparticles cater light emission in nano level

Silicon nanoparticles cater light emission in nano level
When the light rays interact with matters, they usually do not show significant effect, for example, the wavelength of light remains the same but there are exceptional conditional cases so called Raman effect. Recently, the researchers from MIPT, ITMO University and their colleagues have found that the silicon nanoparticles possess activity to increase their intensity while interacting with molecules in such a way that the energy of the molecules tends to increases. The resultant molecules re-emit photons with lower energy and longer wavelength. These results could contribute for the development of nanoscale emitters and amplifiers in the upcoming technological world.
How to cite this article:
Geetha Mahendran. Silicon nanoparticles cater light emission in nano level . BioLim O-Media. 22 April, 2017. 5(4).
Available from: http://archive.biolim.org/omedia/read/BOMA0262.