Quantum Dots & Upconverting Nanoparticles

Graphene quantum dots (GQDs) are becoming ever more popular thanks to their unique and valuable properties, such as their stable photoluminescenc. That's especially beneficial for upconverting nanoparticles (UCNP), since stability is paramount for controlled experimentation and application. Since UNCPs allow for less energy, the trend toward energy efficiency will surely continue, and GQDs can certainly be implemented in that process. Together, GQDs and UNCPs will undoubtedly improve both medical technologies and energy research. Developments in laser-related technologies and techniques have already taken a step forward with the availability and affordability of GQDs. Any graphene quantum dots supplier would be happy to hear about their products being used to produce improved bioimaging or being integrated into solar cells, and those are obviously only the beginning.