Correction: Superior upconversion fluorescence dopants for highly efficient deep-blue electroluminescent devices

  title={Correction: Superior upconversion fluorescence dopants for highly efficient deep-blue electroluminescent devices},
  author={Yi‐Hsiang Chen and Chih-Chun Lin and Min-Jie Huang and Kevin Hung and Yi-Ching Wu and Wei-Chieh Lin and Ren-Wu Chen-Cheng and Hao‐Wu Lin and Chien‐Hong Cheng},
  journal={Chemical Science},
  pages={4759 - 4760}
Correction for ‘Superior upconversion fluorescence dopants for highly efficient deep-blue electroluminescent devices’ by Yi-Hsiang Chen et al., Chem. Sci., 2016, DOI: ; 10.1039/c6sc00100a. 
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