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In a similar manner‚ a nanocrystal with a net positive or negative charge will attract charge of the opposite sign from the electrolyte. In past applications of quantum dots‚ the quantum dots are coated with a protective layer such as a polymeric layer or silica that screens the quantum dots from the electrolytic environments found in biological systems. These protective layers render the optical properties of the quantum dots relatively insensitive to the electrolytic environment. However‚ if the quantum dot or some other nanoscale structure is to be integrated with a biological structure‚ it is necessary to consider the case where the nanostructure is in direct contact with the biological structure or biological environment.