Inverted Solution Processable OLEDs Using a Metal Oxide as an Electron Injection Contact

@inproceedings{Bolink2010InvertedSP,
  title={Inverted Solution Processable OLEDs Using a Metal Oxide as an Electron Injection Contact},
  author={Henk J Bolink and Eugenio Coronado and Michele Sessolo and Eva Ma Barea and Juan Bisquert and Germ{\`a} Garcia-Belmonte and Jan Proch{\'a}zka},
  year={2010}
}
A new type of bottom-emission electroluminescent device is described in which a metal oxide is used as the electron-injecting contact. The preparation of such a device is simple. It consists of the deposition of a thin layer of a metal oxide on top of an indium tin oxide covered glass substrate, followed by the solution processing of the light-emitting layer and subsequently the deposition of a high-workfunction (air-stable) metal anode. This architecture allows for a low-cost… CONTINUE READING
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