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Organic LEDs get chlorine boost

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A simple chlorine treatment could improve organic LEDs (OLEDs), speeding up light display technology manufacturing. The new method also is easier and cheaper than current techniques. Prototype of large-area OLEDs fabricated using chlorinated indium tin oxide transparent electrodes. By engineering a 1-atom-thick sheet of chlorine onto the surface of an existing industry-standard electrode material – indium tin oxide (ITO) – found in many flat panel displays, scientists at the University of Toronto created a medium that provides efficient electrical transport while...Read full article

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    Photonics Spectra
    Jul 2011
    AmericasCanadachlorineCL-OLEDConsumerDisplaysflat-panel displaysindium tin oxideindustrialITOlight displayLight Emitting Diodelight sourcesOLEDsorganic LEDsResearch & TechnologyTech PulseTorontoUniversity of TorontoLEDs

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