Article - 12 Nov 2003
These novel materials combine the properties of semiconductors with the processing characteristics of polymers. Applications of these materials range from displays to packaging to clothing to optical...
Article - 23 Apr 2012
The fabrication of high-brightness light emitting diodes (HB-LEDs) is done on sapphire wafers or patterned sapphire substrates (PSS). This article presents the benefits of using a 3D optical profiler...
Article - 27 Dec 2006
In order to develop luminescent polymer materials with linearly polarized dichroism this article looks at the synthesis of shish-kebab type liquid crystalline poly (p-phenylenevinylene) derivatives...
Article - 14 Oct 2005
Two substituted phenanthrolines were successfully prepared and europium complexes based on these ligands were synthesized. Several electroluminescent devices using these two europium complexes as...
Article - 1 Mar 2005
A Swedish innovation, known as HTCVD, makes it possible to produce high-quality silicon carbide (SiC). One of the inherent advantages is the high purity of the material produced. Other advantages of...
Article - 28 Feb 2005
Organic Light Emitting Diodes or OLED’s are effectively light emitting diodes made from semiconducting organic polymers. The principles of operation, advantages and benefits, materials used and...
Article - 12 Jul 2004
GE Global Research announced the development of the world’s best performing diode built from a carbon nanotube, which will enable smaller and faster electronic devices with increased functionality....
Article - 12 May 2004
Agilent Technologies have released a new range of extra bright LED's based on indium gallium nitride, InGaN. Applications, available colours and characteristics are provided. Posted May 10th, 2004
Article - 12 May 2003
In response to a UK government paper indicating they would like to reduce CO2 emissions by 60%, a seminar concluded that it would only be possible using new materials. A summary of the seminar is...
Article - 29 May 2012
Graphene is widely regarded as one of the most exciting materials in the world of materials science. But what is it? What makes it so Special and what will it be used for?