The silicon wire arrays created by Atwater and his colleagues are able to convert between 90 and 100 percent of the photons they absorb into electrons-in technical terms, the wires have a near-perfect internal quantum efficiency.
What does QE stand for?
QE stands for Quantum Efficiency
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- Qualified Entity
- Qualifying Examination
- Quality & Efficiency Foundation, Inc (Naples, FL)
- Quality Engineer
- Quality Engineering
- Quality Enhancement
- Quality Evaluation
- Quality Expert
- Quantitative Easing (Japan)
- Quantum Economics
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Scientists agree that the quantum efficiency of photosynthesis is nearly 100 percent at low light levels.
They describe CCD and CMOS fundamentals; introduce array parameter issues such as well capacity, dark pixels, microlenses, and color filter arrays; explore the topics of quantum efficiency, responsivity, and noise sources; examine signal-to-noise ratio in terms of both radiometric units for scientific applications and photometric units for consumer applications; discuss image quality and its links to the system modulation transfer function and linear system theory; and describe different mathematical approaches to image quality.
The main mission of the company is to provide unique "Single-Chip 3D" enabling solutions that can significantly reduce die cost of semiconductor chips, including ultra high density memories and high quantum efficiency image sensors.
SDK) has made remarkable progress in its development of organic electroluminescent (organic EL) device technology based on an innovative singlelayer organic electroluminescent devices based on phosphorescent polymer materials, achieving the world's highest external quantum efficiency of 17% for green light and 16% for blue light, respectively, with durability of 350,000 hours (initial luminance: 100 cd/m2).