Tuesday, January 14, 2003

Quantum Leap

MIT makes quantum leap in graphics "MIT says that the major advance with this technology, called Quantum Dot Organic LED, or QD-OLED, is that the filling in the sandwich is just one quantum dot thick. This has the potential to allow 100 percent of the electrons moved into the holes to produce light, compared to a maximum efficiency in other systems of around 30 percent and an actual efficiency that can struggle to beat 5 percent. Previous QD-OLEDs had layers of 10 to 20 quantum dots; the single-dot layer is just three nanometers across."
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