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Industry outlook of perovskite quantum dots for display applications

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Perovskite quantum dots have been proven promising for photonic and optoelectronic applications, particularly, as bright and narrow band emitters for display technology. Despite the advantageous properties, the stability issues have to be resolved to unleash the full industrial potential of perovskite quantum dots in display technology.

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Fig. 1: The comparison of band structure, synthetic methods, publications, and applied patents of CdSe, InP and perovskite QDs.
Fig. 2: The comparison of conventional QDs (CdSe and InP) and PQDs towards different display applications.
Fig. 3: The in-situ fabrication methodology, and the corresponding products, LCD backlight unit, aging tests, and TV demons.

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Wu, Xg., Ji, H., Yan, X. et al. Industry outlook of perovskite quantum dots for display applications. Nat. Nanotechnol. 17, 813–816 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41565-022-01163-8

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