Red–green–blue light emission from a thin film electroluminescence device based on parahexaphenyl

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  • The financial support of this research work by the Volkswagen Stiftung and the Jubiläumsfond der Österreichischen Nationalbank (project 5165) is gratefully acknowledged, and we thank the BASF company for donating the Lumogen samples.

Abstract

For colored flat panel displays electroluminescent organic semiconductors are very promising. A novel means is described for the realization of red, green, and blue (RGB) dots based on all all-organic color transformation technique. The construction of the parahexylphenyl-based electroluminescence device and its combination with suitable matrix dye layers and dielectric mirrors and filters are outlined. The simplicity of the production of the device and the tunability of the comitted colors make this technique technologically attractive.

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