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White Tandem Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Using Red and Blue Fluorescent Materials
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 Title & Authors
White Tandem Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Using Red and Blue Fluorescent Materials
Park, Chan-Suk; Kong, Do-Hun; Kang, Ju-Hyun; Yun, Sung-Hyuk; Ju, Sung-Hoo;
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 Abstract
We studied white tandem organic light-emitting diodes using red and blue fluorescent materials. White 2 units tandem OLEDs were fabricated using :Rubrene (3 vol.% 5 nm) and SH-1 : BD-2 (3 vol.% 25 nm) as emitting layer (EML). The device with : Rubrene (3 vol.% 5 nm) / SH-1 : BD-2 (3 vol.% 25 nm) showed yellowish white emission with a Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (CIE) coordinates of (0.442, 0.473) at , and variation of CIE coordinates was low with (, ) from 500 to . White 3 units tandem OLEDs were fabricated by additory stacking the blue or white layer as EML. CIE coordinates of 3 units tandem OLEDs with stacked blue and white layer was low variation of (, ) and (, ) from 500 to , respectively. Our findings suggest that stacked OLED was possible to controlling CIE coordinates and producing excellent color stability.
 Keywords
OLED;Tandem;White;Color stability;
 Language
Korean
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