Inverted device architectures for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) require suitable interfaces or buffer layers to enhance electron injection from highwork-function transparent electrodes. A solution-processable combination of ZnO and PEI is reported, that facilitates electron injection and enables efficient and air-stable inverted devices. Replacing the metal anode by highly conductive polymers enables transparent OLEDs.
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