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Surprisingly simple molecules as potential OLED-Emitters?

Improving the efficiency of organic light emitting diodes with aromatic carbonyls

Kristoffer Thom, Prof. Dr. Peter Gilch

Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are presently conquering the market for displays of smartphones and TVs. They also have a great potential in lighting applications. Current devices for the blue part of the visible spectrum lag behind their green and red counterparts in terms of efficiency and durability.

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