Oxidized Au thin film is shown to function as a direct drop-in replacement for the de facto standard indium tin oxide anode in high-performance flexible organic light-emitting diodes fabricated on plastic substrates (see image). The thin films offer a new materials-technology platform for enabling the roll-to-roll processing of next-generation flexible organic optoelectronics for applications such as solid-state lighting.
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