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Andreas Sandström, Amir Asadpoordarvish, Jenny Enevold and Ludvig Edman Spraying Light: Ambient-Air Fabrication of Large-Area Emissive Devices on Complex-Shaped Surfaces Advanced Materials 26

Version of Record online: 15 MAY 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201401286

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Light-emitting electrochemical cells, featuring uniform and efficient light emission over areas of 200 cm2, are fabricated under ambient air with a for-the-purpose developed “spray-sintering” process. This fault-tolerant fabrication technique can also produce multicolored emission patterns via sequential deposition of different inks based on identical solvents. Significantly, additive spray-sintering using a mobile airbrush allows a straightforward addition of emissive function onto a wide variety of complex-shaped surfaces, as exemplified by the realization of a light-emitting kitchenware fork.

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