Nanocrystals offer new functionalities for optoelectronics. Ensemble and single-dot measurements of chemically-synthesized silicon nanocrystals revealed high quantum yield, narrow homogeneous linewidth, and large Stokes shift, confirming application feasibility for these non-toxic and abundant material nanoparticles.

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