Inherent memory effect in a SrS:Ce,K blue-emitting electroluminescent thin-film device

Tanaka, Shosaku; Yoshiyama, Hideki; Mikami, Yoshiro; Nishiura, Junichi; Ohshio, Shozo; Deguchi, Hiroshi; Kobayashi, Hiroshi
January 1987
Applied Physics Letters;1/19/1987, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p119
Academic Journal
The luminance-applied voltage hysteresis characteristic, so-called memory effect, has been found in the SrS:Ce,K blue-emitting electroluminescent thin-film device. The hysteresis voltage width is about 38 V with 1 kHz pulse drive. The origin of the memory effect is attributable to native defects of the SrS phosphors.


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