This book describes the state-of-the-art advancement in the field of organic electroluminescence contributed by many researchers with internationally established expertise in the field. It includes original contributions on the synthesis of suitable organic materials, fabrication of organic light emitting devices (OLEDs) and organic white light emitting devices (WOLEDs), characterization of these devices and some designs for optimal performance.
Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) have attracted enormous attention in the recent years because of their potential for flat panel displays and solid state lighting. This potential lies in the amazing flexibility offered by the synthesis of new organic compounds and by low-cost fabrication techniques, making these devices very promising for the market.
Bài thuyết trình Giới thiệu về OLED (Organic Light - Emitting Diode) bao gồm những nội dung về công nghệ OLED, thành phần cấu tạo và công đoạn chế tạo 1 tế bào OLED, cơ chế phát sáng của OLED, một số loại OLED và ứng dụng thực tế, ưu và nhược điểm của OLED.
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) are playing a major role in information technology
(IT) by providing the promise of further expanding the use of digital displays
through making display fabrication technology lower in cost and higher in performance
to replace liquid crystal displays (LCD). Due to various attractive features such
as high contrast, high brightness, large color gamut and thin structure, various sized
OLED displays from small-sized mobile phone display to large-sized TV display have
already begun to be mass-produced....
After the ground breaking discovery of electrical charge carrier transport in
polymers in the late 1980s by Alan J. Heeger, Alan G. MacDiarmid and Hideki
Shirakawa [1–3], who were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2000, the
question arose as to whether organic materials would also find applications as
organic semiconductors. This field really started to attract major attention after
the demonstration of the first organic light emitting device (OLED) in 1987 by
Tang and Van Slyke .