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Quantum Materials Corp. (QTMM)

Quantum Materials Corp. manufactures Tetrapod Quantum Dots for use in medical, display, solar energy, and lighting applications via its patent-pending volume production process. Tetrapod Quantum Dot semiconductors allow for a new level of engineered performance for consumer and industrial products. Quantum Materials has its wholly-owned subsidiary, Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc. Solterra develops sustainable quantum dot solar technology. Quantum Materials is based in San Marcos, Texas.

Quantum dots fall into the category of nanocrystals. This also includes quantum rods and nanowires. Quantum Dots measure near one billionth of an inch. They are a non-traditional type of semiconductor. They can be used as an enabling material across numerous industries. They have first-rate versatility and are flexible in form.

Solterra Renewable Technologies develops sustainable solar technology through replacing silicon wafer-based solar cells with high-production, low-cost, efficient and flexible thin-film quantum dot solar cells. Solterra's objective is to market a thin-film photovoltaic cell incorporating its proprietary quantum dot semiconductors.

Solterra will use Quantum Materials' exclusive license from University of Arizona Regents for Dr. Ghassan Jabbour's patented printing technology in the production of its solar cells. Solterra's goal is to become the first solar cell manufacturer that can provide a solar electricity solution, which competes on a non-subsidized basis with the price of retail electricity in the above-mentioned key markets.

Quantum Materials has secured 3D printing and additive manufacturing anti-counterfeiting quantum dot detection technology. This was developed at the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science and the Design, Research, and Education for Additive Manufacturing Systems (DREAMS) Laboratory at Virginia Tech. This technology embeds quantum dots within objects being 3D printed to produce an innovative, physically uncloneable signature known only to the object's manufacturer.

Quantum Materials has launched its new QDX™ class of high-stability Cadmium-free quantum dots. QDX™ Quantum Dots do not degrade under the high heats used in application to film, silicon, and polymer. They allow for creative LCD display and LED lighting engineering and lowering protective barrier film costs.

Recently, Quantum Materials announced that it has partnered with a Texas-based E&P technology business. Quantum is presently developing specialized nanomaterials for use in oil and gas well production optimization. The project is nearing the completion of the initial phase. The project is targeting new materials that are expected to provide for safer and more efficient recovery of hydrocarbon resources.

 

 

 

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