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Uniform and refreshable liquid electroluminescent device with a back side reservoir
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for synthesis of PLT; photophysical characteristics of PLT; EL characteristics of the device with ITO-coated glass substrates; and luminance changes of the device with ITO-coated glass substrates. [Supplementary Material]
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We fabricated a refreshable organic light-emitting diode with a liquid emitting layer. This device has a mesh-structured cathode and a liquid reservoir in the back side of the cathode for easy convection of the liquid emitter. The small uniform gap between the electrodes was fabricated by means of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) processing. Although the device luminance decreased because of decomposition of the liquid emitters under the drive current, the decreased emission was quickly recovered to the initial state by convectional replacement of the decomposed emitters with fresh emitters through the holes of the mesh cathode.
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