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Chalcopyrite semiconductor nanocrystal phosphors with composition tunable emisison

Sofie Abé, Ruben Dierick, Philippe Smet UGent and Zeger Hens UGent (2012) NB Photonics annual meeting, Abstracts.
abstract
The fact that lighting represents a significant share of all globally consumed electrical energy (20%) drives the current transition from incandescent light bulbs to less energy-consuming alternatives such as solid state lighting. Their high efficiency (lm/W) and long lifetime make white light emitting diodes (LEDs) a viable alternative(1). However, there has not yet been a true breakthrough of white LEDs in daily life, especially in lighting applications. An important reason is the observation that cold, unpleasant light is emitted by typical commercially available white LEDs. There is a great need to improve their light color (too high color temperature) and poor color rendering properties. Using quantum dots (QDs) as – red – phosphors can make the light emitted by white LEDs more pleasant while also increasing its efficiency. Chalcopyrite nanocrystals provide a solution to the toxicity of Cd in commonly used visibly emitting QDs.
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chalcopyrite, white LED, phosphor, nanocrystals
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NB Photonics annual meeting, Abstracts
conference name
NB Photonics Annual Meeting 2012
conference location
Ghent, Belgium
conference start
2012-09-21
conference end
2012-09-21
language
English
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yes
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C3
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3203438
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-3203438
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2013-04-26 16:38:11
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2018-01-29 12:12:35
@inproceedings{3203438,
  abstract     = {The fact that lighting represents a significant share of all globally consumed electrical energy (20\%) drives the current transition from incandescent light bulbs to less energy-consuming alternatives such as solid state lighting. Their high efficiency (lm/W) and long lifetime make white light emitting diodes (LEDs) a viable alternative(1). However, there has not yet been a true breakthrough of white LEDs in daily life, especially in lighting applications. An important reason is the observation that cold, unpleasant light is emitted by typical commercially available white LEDs. There is a great need to improve their light color (too high color temperature) and poor color rendering properties. Using quantum dots (QDs) as -- red -- phosphors can make the light emitted by white LEDs more pleasant while also increasing its efficiency. Chalcopyrite nanocrystals provide a solution to the toxicity of Cd in commonly used visibly emitting QDs.},
  author       = {Ab{\'e}, Sofie and Dierick, Ruben and Smet, Philippe and Hens, Zeger},
  booktitle    = {NB Photonics annual meeting, Abstracts},
  keyword      = {chalcopyrite,white LED,phosphor,nanocrystals},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  title        = {Chalcopyrite semiconductor nanocrystal phosphors with composition tunable emisison},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Abé, Sofie, Ruben Dierick, Philippe Smet, and Zeger Hens. 2012. “Chalcopyrite Semiconductor Nanocrystal Phosphors with Composition Tunable Emisison.” In NB Photonics Annual Meeting, Abstracts.
APA
Abé, S., Dierick, R., Smet, P., & Hens, Z. (2012). Chalcopyrite semiconductor nanocrystal phosphors with composition tunable emisison. NB Photonics annual meeting, Abstracts. Presented at the NB Photonics Annual Meeting 2012.
Vancouver
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Abé S, Dierick R, Smet P, Hens Z. Chalcopyrite semiconductor nanocrystal phosphors with composition tunable emisison. NB Photonics annual meeting, Abstracts. 2012.
MLA
Abé, Sofie, Ruben Dierick, Philippe Smet, et al. “Chalcopyrite Semiconductor Nanocrystal Phosphors with Composition Tunable Emisison.” NB Photonics Annual Meeting, Abstracts. 2012. Print.