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BrightSplash™ is a resin formulation that is produced by mixing green perovskite quantum dots (QD) in a polymer of choice. A uniform distribution of perovskite quantum dots in the polymer is paramount to making a high-quality product. Our proprietary technology enables us to grow a molecular coating around the perovskite quantum dots to stabilize them and make them chemically compatible with the polymer. It allows us to mix quantum dots and resins while avoiding aggregation.
Our molecular coating allows us to tailor the mass fraction of perovskite quantum dots in the resin to your need. We can evenly mix perovskite quantum dot mass fractions >80% in polymers for applications requiring high brightness. BrightSplash™ is a printable resin that can be processed to produce thin films or polymer parts with any desirable form factor.
BrightLeaf™ is a thin-film scintillator that converts high-energy photons such as X-rays to green light. The green light is detected by a photodetector array or a normal camera to create the image. BrightLeaf™ is printed from (BrightSplash™) to make a thin film of any size using roll-to-toll technology. It is flexible, foldable, completely shock-resistant, and assumes any form factor. BrightLeaf™ has more than 140 times shorter afterglow than legacy scintillators such as CsI:Tl and produces radiographs with higher resolution
Using our disruptive proprietary technology, we can easily tailor our perovskite quantum dots (PQDs) to be used in any one of a broad range of polymers on-demand in various viscosities and quantum dot loading densities. Our technology provides you with a large range of product options. We offer unsurpassed flexibility in tailoring PQDs for the materials demands of your photon-conversion application, such as high PQD loading densities for scintillators, unique protective polymer matrices for long-term protection against environmental degradation, and mixed nanomaterial composites. The benefits of our technology can be extended from scintillators to the display panel industry.
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BrightComSol GmbH is a privately owned nanotechnology spin-off from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) Vienna, based in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in March of 2020 by Dr. Behzad Shirmardi and Prof. Erik Reimhult whom each has more than a decade of experience in colloidal science and synthesis of nanomaterials for demanding environments. Our company registration number is FN 531696 g