A Universal Method to Produce Low–Work Function Electrodes for Organic Electronics

@article{Zhou2012AUM,
  title={A Universal Method to Produce Low–Work Function Electrodes for Organic Electronics},
  author={Yinhua Zhou and C. Fuentes-Hernandez and Jae-Won Shim and J. Meyer and A. Giordano and H. Li and Paul Winget and T. Papadopoulos and H. Cheun and J. Kim and M. Fenoll and Amir Dindar and W. Haske and E. Najafabadi and T. M. Khan and H. Sojoudi and S. Barlow and S. Graham and J. Bredas and S. Marder and A. Kahn and B. Kippelen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={336},
  pages={327 - 332}
}
  • Yinhua Zhou, C. Fuentes-Hernandez, +19 authors B. Kippelen
  • Published 2012
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Science
  • A Sturdy Electrode Coating To operate efficiently, organic devices—such as light-emitting diodes—require electrodes that emit or take up electrons at low applied voltages (that is, have low work functions). Often these electrodes are metals, such as calcium, that are not stable in air or water vapor and have to be protected from environmental damage. Zhou et al. (p. 327; see the Perspective by Helander) report that a coating polymer containing aliphatic amine groups can lower the work functions… CONTINUE READING

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