Carbon-electroluminescence: An organic approach to lighting by Sonali Kumari, Tarun Chaudhary, Vivek Chandran, M. Lokeshwari, K. Shastry.
Over the recent years, quantum dots have garnered massive following and peaked in interest among scientific community due to their versatility, exotic properties, ease of preparation low cost. As demand for faster, reliable energy efficient electronic devices intensifies, extra emphasis is laid on development smart materials capable satiating this need. Electroluminescent organic emerged as one prime contenders addressing ecological, economic technological constraints. Application such luminescent nanoparticles fluorescent light converters LEDs touted easiest avenues realizing developing newer technologies next millennia. One promising candidate zig-zag graphene dots, which exhibits high electro-luminescence a phenomenon known confinement (where size nano-particle same order or less than that Bohr exciton radius). In paper, we aim provide review past present research synthesis luminescence using dots.
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