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Highly Efficient Ultrathin Light Emitting Diodes based on Perovskite Nanocrystals

  title={Highly Efficient Ultrathin Light Emitting Diodes based on Perovskite Nanocrystals},
  author={Qun Wan and Weilin Zheng and Chen Zoub and Francesco Carulli and Congyang Zhang and Haili Song and Mingming Liu and Qinggang Zhang and Lih Y. Lin and Long Kong and Liang Li and Sergio Brovelli},
Light-emitting diodes based on perovskite nanocrystals (PNCs-LEDs) have gained great interest for nextgeneration display and lighting technologies prized for their color purity, high brightness and luminous efficiency approaching the intrinsic limit imposed by extraction of electroluminescence from the device structure. Although the time is ripe for the development of effective light outcoupling strategies to further boost the device performance, this technologically relevant aspect of PNC-LEDs… 
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