High Luminescence White LEDs Prepared with 2D Island-Pattern of Quantum Dots Dispersed Photopolymer Films

Hyun Guk Hong, Min Ho Shin, Hyo Jun Kim, Jinsoo Shin, Young-Joo Kim

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Abstract

Since the reabsorption loss among different size quantum dots (QDs) is a critical issue in the QD based white LEDs, we proposed and fabricated new film structure of 2D island-patterns consisting of separate green and red QDs dispersed photopolymer patterns in a zigzag form. A small air-gap such as 60 μm between QD islands helps to control the optical path at the interface to reduce the lateral reabsorption loss to enhance the optical efficiency of white LED. The 2D island-patterns of QD phosphor film were fabricated using a UV imprinting process and compared the optical efficiency with the other QD film structure prepared with same QD concentrations and thicknesses such as a mixed and separately layered QD structure. Experimental and simulation analysis were performed to confirm the better optical efficiency from the 2D island-patterns of QD films due to the reduced reabsorption loss. High luminescence white LED was finally realized with 2D island-patterns of QD film, resulting in a luminous efficiency of 62.2 lm/W and CRI of 83 with CCT of 4537 K at the operation current of 60 mA.

Original languageEnglish
Article number828067
JournalJournal of Nanomaterials
Volume2015
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015 Jan 1

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Photopolymers
Semiconductor quantum dots
Light emitting diodes
Luminescence
Phosphors

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In: Journal of Nanomaterials, Vol. 2015, 828067, 01.01.2015.

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