IEICE Transactions on Electronics
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High-Efficiency Phosphorescent and Fluorescent Pure-White Organic Light-Emitting Diodes by Incorporating Small Nano-Dot in Non-emissive Layer
Jwo-Huei JOUWei-Ben WANGCheng-Chung CHENMing-Hsuan WUMao-Feng HSUShih-Ming SHENYu-Chiao CHUNGJing-Jong SHYUE
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Volume E91.C (2008) Issue 10 Pages 1532-1535

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High-efficiency pure-white organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) were fabricated using small polysilicic acid nanodot embedded polymeric hole-transporting layer. By incorporating the nanodot, the efficiency of a solution-processed phosphorescent white OLED was increased from 6.8 to 23.7lm/W, an improvement of 250%. 17.1lm/W was obtained while the same concept was applied on a mixed-host composed fluorescent white OLED.

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