Color science of nanocrystal quantum dots for lighting and displays

@inproceedings{Erdem2013ColorSO,
  title={Color science of nanocrystal quantum dots for lighting and displays},
  author={Talha Erdem and Hilmi Volkan Demir},
  year={2013}
}
Colloidal nanocrystals of semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) are gaining prominence among the optoelectronic materials in the photonics industry. Among their many applications, their use in artificial lighting and displays has attracted special attention thanks to their high efficiency and narrow emission band, enabling spectral purity and fine tunability. By employing QDs in color-conversion LEDs, it is possible to simultaneously accomplish successful color rendition of the illuminated objects… CONTINUE READING
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