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Recent breakthroughs in quantum dot light-emitting devices (QD-LEDs) show their promise in the development of next-generation displays. However, the QD-LED with conventional ITO-based bottom emission structure is difficult to realize the high aperture ratio, electricfield-independent emission and flexible full-color displays. Hence, we demonstrate(More)
Efficient phosphorescent orange, blue and white organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs) with non-doped emissive layers were successfully fabricated. Conventional blue phosphorescent emitters bis [4,6-di-fluorophenyl]-pyridinato-N,C(2')] picolinate (Firpic) and Bis(2,4-difluorophenylpyridinato) (Fir6) were adopted to fabricate non-doped blue OLEDs, which(More)
White top-emitting organic light-emitting devices (TEOLEDs) with down-conversion phosphors are investigated from theory and experiment. The theoretical simulation was described by combining the microcavity model with the down-conversion model. A White TEOLED by the combination of a blue TEOLED with organic down-conversion phosphor(More)
Ag/Ge/Ag (AGA) is investigated as a transparent cathode for top-emitting organic light-emitting devices (TEOLEDs). TEOLEDs of different colors with excellent performances can be gained by simply adopting a corresponding emitting layer, without changing the thickness of the device and cathode. Especially, the blue and white TEOLEDs exhibit high efficiency as(More)
The high operating voltage is a primary issue preventing the commercial application of the ferroelectric organic field-effect transistor (Fe-OFET) nonvolatile memory (NVM). In this work, we propose a novel route to resolve this issue by employing two ultrathin AlOX interfacial layers sandwiching an ultrathin ferroelectric polymer film with a low coercive(More)
Top-emitting white organic light-emitting devices (TEWOLEDs) with 1D metallic-dielectric photonic crystal (1D MDPC) as an anode are investigated. A quasi-periodic 1D MDPC anode allowed for fabrication of multiple-peak TEWOLEDs. A two-peak or three-peak TEWOLED was obtained by simply adjusting the thickness of the dielectric layers in the MDPC. The(More)
Ultrasonic spray coating process (USCP) with high material -utilization, low manufacture costs and compatibility to streamline production has been attractive in researches on photoelectric devices. However, surface tension exists in the solvent is still a huge obstacle to realize smooth organic film for organic light emitting devices (OLEDs) by USCP. Here,(More)
Nitrogen doping TiO2 and gamma-Al2O3 composite oxide granules (N-TiO2/gamma-Al2O3) were prepared by co-precipitation/oil-drop/calcination in gaseous NH3 process using titanium sulphate and aluminum nitrate as raw materials. After calcination at 550 degrees C in NH3 atmosphere, the composite granules showed anatase TiO2 and gamma-Al2O3 phases with the(More)
The phase shift on the reflection from a semitransparent electrode of a top-emitting organic light-emitting device is utilized in this paper to realize a deep blue emission with high efficiency. The phase shift could be adjusted by changing the thickness of Alq(3) when it was deposited onto the semitransparent electrode of the device. Through simulation it(More)