Image icon  Organic light emitting device (OLED)

 
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Description: This image shows PNNL scientist James Swensen demonstrating the workings of a higher-efficiency, charge-balanced, blue phosphorescent organic light emitting device (OLED). These multi-layered devices produce light by running an electrical current through a specially engineered host material into which light-producing phosphorescent molecules are embedded or "doped". The white light envisioned for large-scale applications, such as rooms and buildings, consists of red, green and blue light.
Keywords: film • organic • semiconductor • current • OLED • lighting
Categories: Materials > Hybrids
Applications > Energy
Applications > Energy > Renewable energy
Product Forms > Flat > Foil, film & tape
Properties > Electrical, magnetic & optical > Semiconductivity
Created by: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Contributions: James Swensen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Date created: 23 June 2009
Date added: 21 February 2011
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Resource ID: 3428