Robust, Strongly Luminescent, and Highly Dispersible Hybrid Materials

​ ​ Hybrid structures incorporating ionic and coordinate bonds Invention Summary: Hybrid structures built on cluster based charge-neutral CumIm modules (e.g. Cu4I4 cubane tetramer) typically have higher luminescence efficiency compared to…

 

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Hybrid structures incorporating ionic and coordinate bonds

Invention Summary

Hybrid structures built on cluster based charge-neutral CumIm modules (e.g. Cu4I4 cubane tetramer) typically have higher luminescence efficiency compared to inorganic modules with higher dimensions, such as a 1D chain or 2D layer of (CuI). Structures with strong emission an enhanced stability can be achieved by incorporating highly emissive inorganic cores and strong binding ligands to make extended multidimensional networks. Limitations to these materials include low blue-light excitability and poor solution processability.

Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a novel class of molecular (0D) and chain-like (1D) phosphor compounds CumXm+n(L)n, with high chemical and thermal stability. More significantly, the hybrid materials exhibit strong blue-light excitability and excellent solution processability as a result of incorporating both ionic and coordinate bonds within the structure. They are promising candidates for use as rare-earth-element free phosphors in conjunction with the blue chips as in the current commercial WLED

Advantages:

  • Excellent structural stability
  • High solution processability
  • Emit light of different colors with high luminescence quantum efficiency
  • Strong blue-light excitability

Market Applications:

Clean and/or renewable energy devices:

  • Photovoltaics
  • Solid-state lighting

Intellectual Property & Development Status: Patent pending. Available for licensing and/or research collaboration.

Website:

https://techfinder.rutgers.edu/tech?title=Robust%2c_Strongly_Luminescent%2c_and_Highly_Dispersible_Hybrid_Materials

Contact Information:

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Name: Shu Wang

Title: Sr. Licensing Manager

Department: Innovation Ventures

Email: sw967@research.rutgers.edu

Phone: 848-932-4468