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Researchers make liquid-OLED

Posted on Saturday, August 22 2009 @ 02:27:04 CEST by


PhysOrg reports Japanese researchers have developed a "liquid-OLED" - this type of OLED uses a liquid organic semiconducting layer to transport charge. The site says liquid-OLEDs could offer improved device reliability and greater flexibility.
The scientists, Denghui Xu and Chihaya Adachi from the Center for Future Chemistry at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan, have reported the liquid-OLED in a recent issue of Applied Physics Letters. As they explain, the novel design is based on a liquid-emitting layer, and could have advantages for flexible displays and other organic electronics applications..



 



 

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