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Conjugated Polymer Light-emitting Diodes

A. R. Brown, N. Greenham, R. W. Gymer, K. Pichler, D. Bradley, R. Friend, P. Burn, A. Kraft, A. Holmes
Published 1993 · Materials Science

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It is now established that conjugated polymers can be used to provide charge transport and to act as the emissive layer in thin-film light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The operation of these devices provides important information about the semiconductor physics of these materials. We discuss here the progress made in the design, fabrication and measurement of these devices, and in the understanding of the basic properties that determine device performance.
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