Research Group from Duisburg is looking for Partners which could supply following materials:
- Cd-free Nanocrystals / Quantum Dots (e.g. InP, ZnS, ZnSe, ZnO, etc.) which should act as an active light-emitting material in LEDs. These crystals should exhibit a pronounced efficient emission in visible spectral range with luminescence quantum yield above 70%. It should also be possible to disperse them at 5 mg/ml to 40 mg/ml load in one of the standard solvents (e.g. Toluene, Hexane, Ethanol, etc.) with as less ligands as possible.
- p-type conductive transparent inorganic layers (thin amorphous/polycrystalline layers and/or nanocrystalline films). Possible candidates might be CuI, NiO, CuAlO2, SrCuO2, TGO, etc.
- an inorganic transparent conductive layer as possible substitute for ITO-electrode in flexible applications on foil (e.g. graphene, Ag-nanowires, etc.)
Our research group members and I would be very happy if you contact us in case you are interested in a scientific collaboration or you already have suitable materials as a commercially available product, which we could purchase.
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