# 백색 엘이디 디스플레이를 위한 형광체 재료 기술

• Lee, Jung-Il (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea National University of Transportation) ;
• Ryu, Jeong Ho (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea National University of Transportation)
• 이정일 (한국교통대학교 신소재공학과) ;
• 류정호 (한국교통대학교 신소재공학과)
White LEDs (light-emitting diodes) are promising new-generation light sources which can replace conventional lamps due to their high reliability, low energy consumption and eco-friendly effects. This paper briefly reviews recent progress of oxy/nitride host phosphor and quantum dot materials with broad excitation band characteristics for phosphor-converted white LEDs. Among oxy/nitride host materials, $M_2Si_5N_8:Eu^{2+}$, $MAlSiN_3:Eu^{2+}$ M-SiON(M=Ca, Sr, Ba), ${\alpha}/{\beta}-SiAlON:Eu^{2+}$ are excellent phosphors for white LED using blue-emitting chip. They have very broad excitation bands in the range of 440-460 nm and exhibit emission from green to red. In this paper, In this review we focus on recent developments in the crystal structure, luminescence and applications of the oxy/nitride phosphors for white LEDs. In addition, the application prospects and current trends of research and development of quantum dot phosphors are also discussed.