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Jun
2016

Download: Organic Light-Emitting Devices with Tandem Structure.

Top Curr Chem (Cham) 2016 Jun 12;374(3):33. Epub 2016 May 12.
Takayuki Chiba, Yong-Jin Pu, Junji Kido
Tandem organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs) have attracted considerable attention for solid-state lighting and flat panel displays because their tandem architecture enables high efficiency and long operational lifetime simultaneously. In the tandem OLED structure, plural light-emitting units (LEUs) are stacked in series through a charge generation layer (CGL) and an electron injection layer (EIL). In this chapter, we focus on the key features of tandem OLEDs for high efficiency and long operational lifetimes.
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