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Companies join for quantum dots

by Michael McCoy
May 30, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 22

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Credit: Nanosys
Red quantum dots being manufactured in a 70-L vessel at Nanosys.
Credit: Nanosys
Red quantum dots being manufactured in a 70-L vessel at Nanosys.

Nanosys and Hitachi Chemical are joining to develop Nanosys’s quantum-dot-containing films for display applications. California-based Nanosys says its quantum dots, which are semiconducting inorganic particles, make liquid-crystal diode displays more vivid by enabling pure colors. Hitachi plans to begin shipping QDEF-brand film to manufacturers of displays.

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