Do you mean Indium?
The U.S. producer price for indium began the year at $680 per kilogram and increased to $745 per kilogram in February, where it remained through October. According to market reports, global indium consumption increased slightly in 2014 from that of 2013 to about 1,500 tons.
While Cadmium (Cd) core tetrapod quantum dots are recognized as the best performing QD for many applications and purposes, non-heavy metal quantum dots are more environmentally friendly. QMC is developing and producing prototype Zinc core and Indium core NHM Tetrapod Quantum Dots for this market and believes we will bring performance to equal that of Cadmium in time. Other metals and elements in Group II-VI will be developed for specific purposes based on our projections and client needs. For example, if one metal will reach further into the far infrared, there would be a market for it. What we we will avoid is using REE – rare earth elements, and instead use low cost of earth abundant metals and elements for high performance at reliable economic cost.
Foiled again.. lol