Optimization and performance of nitrogen-doped carbon dots as a color conversion layer for white-LED applications

Tugrul Guner, Hurriyet Yuce, Didem Tascioglu, Eren Simsek, Umut Savaci, Aziz Genc, Servet Turan and Mustafa M. Demir

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2019, 10, 2004–2013. doi:10.3762/bjnano.10.197

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Section I – XPS full scan spectrum of nitrogen-doped CDots; high-resolution C 1s, N 1s, and O 1s XPS spectra of nitrogen-doped CDots; FTIR, absorption and PL spectra of N-CDots in solution; Section II – Response of the varying amount of N-CDots in terms of CRI, CCT, LER, and luminous flux as a function of driving current; Section III – SEM images of N-CDot fibers with a magnification of 10000× and 25000×; Section IV – A table with the amounts of added N-CDots and red phosphor for each sample.

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