The Cl-ITO enabled OLED devices
The green-emitting Cl-ITO enabled OLED device
L to R: Zhibin Wang (PhD Candidate), Professor Zheng-Hong Lu, and Michael Helander (PhD Candidate Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar) hold their Cl-ITO enabled OLED devices
A team of researchers from the University of Toronto has developed a new technique to produce OLED devices that they say will accelerate the adoption of OLED technology into mainstream flat-panel displays and other lighting technologies. The process involves engineering a one-atom thick sheet of chlorine onto the surface of an indium tin oxide (ITO) material, which is used as a standard electrode material in today’s flat panel displays. The end result is an OLED device that is not only more efficient, but also simpler and cheaper to produce.
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