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Pixelligent, whose PixClear® high-index Designer Compounds™ deliver unparalleled brightness, clarity and operating efficiencies for a broad range of display and optoelectronic applications, announces the launch of PixClear® Titania products. The PixClear® Titania product line, which has applications for Augmented and Virtual Reality, OLED/QD Displays and Optical Sensors, among others, delivers a refractive index range of 1.85 to 2.0+, with transparencies in excess of 95%, at loadings greater than 80 percent.
“PixClear® Titania represents a new class of ultra-high refractive index materials that enables our customers to simultaneously achieve record optical performance and robust mechanical properties – an impossibility until now. PixClear® Titania will deliver dramatic improvements in device efficiency and performance across a broad array of display devices,” said Serpil Gonen Williams, Pixelligent Chief Technology Officer.
“Over the past two years, customers have been asking us to apply our PixClearProcess® to address the ever-increasing index requirements for waveguides, polymer-based photonics, and diffractive-optical elements, among others, and I’m proud to announce that PixClear® TiO2 is now available,” said Craig Bandes, President and CEO of Pixelligent. “We’ve identified 23 metal oxides that can be made using our PixClearProcess® and PixClear® Titania now joins Zirconia in our growing Designer Compounds™ family,” added Bandes.
PixClear® Titania is being offered in 10nm and 20nm capped nanocrystals configurations – both in formulations and as dispersions. PixClear® Titania can be applied using industry standard nanoimprint lithography, inkjet and spin coating processes. Pixelligent has published a white paper detailing further technical specifics about our PixClear® Titania. The white paper – along with information about Pixelligent’s other market-leading high-index materials – is available at www.pixelligent.com.