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Technology using microwave heating may impact electronics manufacture
Date:6/10/2014

s crucial, and we are also able to reduce material waste," Herman said. "Combining continuous flow with microwave heating could give us the best of both worlds large, fast reactors with perfectly controlled particle size."

The researchers said this should both save money and create technologies that work better. Improved LED lighting is one possibility, as well as better TVs with more accurate colors. Wider use of solid state lighting might cut power use for lighting by nearly 50 percent nationally. Cell phones and other portable electronic devices could use less power and last longer on a charge.

The technology also lends itself well to creation of better "taggants," or compounds with specific infrared emissions that can be used for precise, instant identification whether of a counterfeit $20 bill or an enemy tank in combat that lacks the proper coding.

In this study, researchers worked with lead selenide nanoparticles, which are particularly good for the taggant technologies. Other materials can be synthesized using this reactor for different applications, including copper zinc tin sulfide and copper indium diselenide for solar cells.

New Oregon jobs and businesses are already evolving from this work.

OSU researchers have applied for a patent on aspects of this technology, and are working with private industry on various applications. Shoei Electronic Materials, one of the collaborators, is pursuing "quantum dot" systems based on this approach, and recently opened new manufacturing facilities in Eugene, Ore., to use this synthetic approach for quantum dot enabled televisions, smartphones and other devices.


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Contact: Greg Herman
greg.herman@oregonstate.edu
541-737-2496
Oregon State University
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