Aqueous carbon quantum dot-embedded PC60-PC61BM nanospheres for ecological fluorescent printing: Contrasting fluorescence resonance energy-transfer signals between watermelon-like and random morphologies

Yu Jin Kim, Peijun Guo, Richard D. Schaller

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