Quantum Materials has gained Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) registration for QDX cadmium-free quantum dots through a division of the American Chemical Society, and has also completed the requisite analysis in support of the QDX Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Both CAS and the SDS are required in order to ship high volumes of advanced materials abroad.
“Our extraordinary team has worked tirelessly to meet the regulatory requirements required to export high volumes to meet international demand for our QDX cadmium free quantum dots,” said Quantum Materials CEO Stephen Squires. “Our initial regional fulfillment focus is on Asia. As the home of Samsung, BOE and LG, the region is without question the world epi-center of display technology and manufacturing and represents a very significant opportunity for our cadmium-free high-performance quantum dot materials. While the transition in display technology from phosphors to quantum dots has not been as rapid as many anticipated, we believe industry-wide adoption is inevitable and quantum dots will eventually replace phosphors in both LED and OLED displays.”
“Completing both the CAS registration requirements and the SDS for our materials is a significant milestone. With the CAS registry and SDS completed, we are better positioned to respond to industry demand,” said Toshi Ando, Quantum Materials senior director of business development for Asia/Pacific. “Our collaboration partners played a critical role in our ability to complete this process quickly and efficiently.”