Efficient blue electroluminescence from a fluorinated polyquinoline

Parker, I.D.; Pei, Q.
September 1994
Applied Physics Letters;9/5/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p1272
Academic Journal
Investigates the high efficiency blue electroluminescence from a fluorinated polyquinoline polymer. Information on the internal quantum efficiency of multilayer devices; Details on the visibility of the light emission; Functions of the transport layers.


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