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An efficient and stable fluorescent graphene quantum dot–agar composite as a converting material in white light emitting diodes / Vincent, Teng
Journal of Materials Chemistry, Volume: 22, Issue: 42, Start page: 22378
Swansea University Author: Vincent, Teng
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An efficient and stable fluorescent graphene quantum dot–agar composite as a converting material in white light emitting diodes
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This is an international collaborative project involving researchers from Hong Kong Polytechnic University to address a major technological challenge in using water-soluble graphene quantum dots (GQDs) for device application. The GQDs were prepared using a facile and low-cost method based on the microwave-assisted pyrolysis technique. This work has demonstrated, for the first time, the novel use of these GQDs in the production of white LED that will have a major impact in the solid-state lighting industry.Impact Factor: 5.968International Collaboration: Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityCitation so far : 0 (published in Nov. 2012)
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