Study of the effects of aging on the relaxation luminance in atomic layer epitaxy ZnS:Mn

Morton, D.C.; Koh, J.
August 1993
Applied Physics Letters;8/16/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p863
Academic Journal
Examines the relaxation luminance peak and electro-optical aging effects in atomic layer epitaxy zinc sulphide:manganese alternating-current thin film electroluminescent devices. Applied voltage level inducing the occurrence of relaxation luminance; Discussion of changes as an aging function; Use of the observations for gaining insights on the devices.


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