Polymer electroluminescent devices processed by inkjet printing: I. Polymer light-emitting logo

@article{Bharathan1998PolymerED,
  title={Polymer electroluminescent devices processed by inkjet printing: I. Polymer light-emitting logo},
  author={Jayesh Bharathan and Yang Yang},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={1998},
  volume={72},
  pages={2660-2662}
}
Inkjet printing (IJP) technology is a popular technology for desktop publishing. Since some of the conducting (or conjugated) polymers are solution processable, IJP technology becomes an ideal method for printing polymer light-emitting diodes with high resolution. Unfortunately, the polymer film printed from an inkjet printer usually consists of pin-holes, and this intrinsic character makes it unsuitable for fabricating high quality polymer electronic devices, particularly for devices in the… 

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