High photon conversion in a light transducer combining organic electroluminescent diode with

Katsume, Tadashi; Hiramoto, Masahiro
May 1994
Applied Physics Letters;5/9/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 19, p2546
Academic Journal
Presents an all-organic light transducer based on a hybridization of an organic electroluminescent diode and a perylene pigment film. Quantum efficiency of photon conversion from red to red light; Composition of electroluminescence diode; Efficient electron injection from the photoconductive layer to the emitter layer.


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