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a synthetic substance that is fluorescent or phosphorescent

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patent issued to Intematix in the area of LED phosphors and the 71st U.
The report also includes NanoMarkets' assessments of the strategies of leading firms active in the LED phosphors space.
Lightscape is a unique phosphor player capable of delivering novel phosphors crucial to high CRI LED packages.
ChromaLit XT offers a powerful and elegant solution for new applications like spotlights and floods, extending ChromaLit technology's light quality and adding higher light intensity, 65% lower cost per lumen and enhanced off-state neutral color when compared to conventional remote phosphors that are yellow in color.
With the development of LED lighting, it is expected that the use of red/green phosphors with high color reproducibility and nitride phosphors with high color rendition and heat resistance will increase, though YAG phosphors and silicate phosphors are frequently used now.
Intematix phosphors enable white light comparable to conventional sources and ChromaLit remote phosphor systems have shown more efficient cooling leading to compact light bulb solutions.
Intematix Corporation is a materials development innovator, providing customizable, patented phosphors and phosphor components that serve as the foundation for high quality, energy efficient LED light.
Due to demand for LED lightning, there is a growing demand for LED Phosphor , as it used to manufacture the LED lights.
The phosphors in today's fluorescent lighting consume more than 1,000 metric tons of rare earth oxides yearly, most of which is imported.
The LEDs emit a blue light and through a silicone and phosphor mixture, convert this blue emission to white light.
While patent activity remains strong, it is now focused on emerging compositions, mostly addressing the need for more efficient and cost-effective red and green phosphors to be used in display and general lighting applications.
The use of a newly developed phosphor material has increased blue light emissions by 40%*3, contributing to the realization of a 10,000-lumen class high-luminous flux white light source through the red, green and blue phosphors.
CASN and SCASN are the only red phosphors to be used in LED due to its high brightness and reliability.
Nitride phosphors make white light light-emitting diodes (LEDs) brighter, more reliable, and natural, so many beginners in materials science want an introduction to their crystal chemistry, synthesis, luminescence, and applications.
based manufacturer of phosphors for high-quality light-emitting diodes (LEDs), introduced ChromaLit, a remote phosphor light source family of solutions directed at LED luminaire and lighting module manufacturers.