QD-Ink - Development of photoluminescent functional fluids based on cadmium-free quantum dotsAdobe PDF DocumentThe advances in printing over the last years inspired numerous functional fluids development with the incorporation of tailored active nanomaterials. Quantum Dots (QDs) are semiconductor nanocrystals typically measuring between 2 and 10 nm in diameter that own remarkable optical properties such as photoluminescence. Depending on their chemical nature and size, QDs can emit light in a wide range of wavelengths, which ranges from 450 nm to 1500 nm, under UV or blue excitation. The fields of application of QDs are immense: medical imaging, micro-display (micro-screens), anti-counterfeiting, etc. The QD-INK project proposes to develop functional inks based on cadmium-free QDs.
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