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Researchers transform slow emitters into fast light sources

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Brown University researchers have been working over to develop a way to control the light from the phosphorescent emitters that too at a very high speed . This technique will be providing  a good approach to the modulations that will be used in the silicon applications that nano scale based devices that includes the basic chip  and other optoelectronic components.

According to Rasid zia who is the associate professor at the Brown University “ The results that we demonstrated are relatively fast and accurate from the fundamental slow phosphorescent light emitters” They think this could help them to make phosphors a new way off the systems and settings. Phosphors proves to be extremely efficient as they can convert the light into the opposed heat , but eventually they have a very low optical lifetime that means it takes relatively longer time for them to return on the ground state , thus proving it bad for optical modulation.

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