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Z. Valy Vardeny, University of Utah physicist, uses a glove box to handle light-emitting polymers under cleanroom conditions. 
SOURCE: University of Utah
Z. Valy Vardeny, University of Utah physicist, uses a glove box to handle light-emitting polymers under cleanroom conditions.
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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: Good for high CRI
R_Colin_Johnson   9/17/2013 7:38:30 PM
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Its too early to start measuring CRI, but he researchers next goal is to tune their platinum-rich polymer to have a very high CRI. We'l have to wait about a year to find out just how high.

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Good for high CRI
_hm   9/17/2013 7:09:29 PM
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This is a wonderful news for white LEDs. What kind of CRI will it achieve? Also improving efficuency near 50% is huge advantage to all this green movement cool LED lamps.

 

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