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Author: Zakya H. Kafafi
ISBN: 0824759060
Language: English
Pages: 528 pages
Category: Engineering
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (May 20, 2005)
Rating: 4.8
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Organic Electroluminescence. Organic Electroluminescence Optical Science and Engineering. The book begins by giving a background of organic electroluminescence in terms of history and basic principles. It offers details on the mechanism(s) of electroluminescence in thin organic films.

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Organic light-emitting diode(OLED) technology has achieved significant penetration in the commercial market for small, low-voltage and inexpensive displays. Present and future novel technologies based on OLEDs involve rigid and flexible flat panel displays, solid-state lighting, and lasers. Display applications may range from hand-held devices to large flat panel screens that can be rolled up or hung flat on a wall or a ceiling.

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