High-refractive-index coating from Fiber Optic Center contains no metals or nanoparticles

Aug. 28, 2017
The AL-2264 high-refractive-index coating for optoelectronics, LEDs, and emissive displays is an optical polymer dissolved in an evaporative solvent.

The AL-2264 high-refractive-index coating for optoelectronics, LEDs, and emissive displays is an optical polymer dissolved in an evaporative solvent that can be applied by simple methods, including dip, spin coating, drawdown and printing. Containing no metals or nanoparticles, it leaves an ~20 µm layer coating thickness.

Fiber Optic Center

New Bedford, MA

www.focenter.com

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