An efficient and scalable way to create high-resolution ordered triple-color patterns is based on the liquid behavior of molecules on patterned surfaces and solid sublimation. A blue, green, and orange pattern is obtained from two dyes by deposition of a naphyl diphenyl biphenyl derivative on a hierarchical pattern of a quinacridone derivative.
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