Researchers have successfully boosted the fluorescent efficiency of white-light quantum dots from an original level of three percent to as high as 45 percent.
“Forty-five percent is as high as the efficiency of some commercial phosphors which suggests that white-light quantum dots can now be used in some special lighting applications,” says Sandra Rosenthal, chair of chemistry at Vanderbilt University.
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