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|Title:||Molecular-scale interface engineering for polymer light-emitting diodes|
|Source:||Ho, P.K.H., Kim, J.I.-S., Burroughes, J.H., Becker, H., Li, S.F.Y., Brown, T.M., Cacialli, F., Friend, R.H. (2000-03-30). Molecular-scale interface engineering for polymer light-emitting diodes. Nature 404 (6777) : 481-484. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1038/35006610|
|Abstract:||Achieving balanced electron-hole injection and perfect recombination of the charge carriers is central to the design of efficient polymer light- emitting diodes (LEDs). A number of approaches have focused on modification of the injection contacts, for example by incorporating an additional conducting-polymer layer at the indium-tin oxide (ITO) anode. Recently, the layerby-layer polyelectrolyte deposition route has been developed for the fabrication of ultrathin polymer layers. Using this route, we previously incorporated ultrathin (|
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