German scientists have developed a compound that can transform infrared into warm, white-colored light.

A team of scientists in Germany has developed a compound that can transform infrared into warm, white-colored light. The team, headed by Dr. Nils Wilhelm Rosemann of the Philipps-Universität Marburg, designed their compound of tin and sulfur, and with a diamondoid-like structure, then coating this scaffolding with organic ligands.

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