Synthesis and Electrophoretic Properties of Novel Nanoparticles for Colored Electronic Ink and e-Paper Applications
FH-HES Universities of Applied Sciences
Keywords:Dendrons, Dyes, Electrophoretic displays, Silica nanocore
AbstractA new approach based on non-pigmented, stable colored nanoparticles able to migrate upon application of an electrical field (10–60 V) has been developed for the improvement of the color brightness of e-displays. The scientific challenges comprised the development of efficient syntheses of tri- and bifunctional dendrimers including branching points for further extension and individual decoration with dye (yellow, magenta, cyan). The covalent attachment of these scaffolds to silica nanoparticles was performed via hydrosilylation and final in situ charging generated attractive silica shells for the substractive CMY color space model.
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C. Jablonski, G. Grundler, U. Pieles, S. Stebler, R. Oehrlein, Z. Szamel, Chimia 2016, 70, 366, DOI: 10.2533/chimia.2016.366.
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