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Hole-injecting conducting-polymer compositions for highly efficient and stable organic light-emitting diodes
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10.1063/1.2132072
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FIG. 1.

Chemical structures used in the formulated hole-injecting conducting polymer compositions.

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(Color) (a) Power efficiencies of the devices using A–E compositions as a HIL. (b) The characteristics of devices using D compared with the device using E. The inset shows the current efficiency of the devices using D and E.

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(Color) The luminance decay of the devices using A–E as a HIL with the function of time. The intial luminance was .

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Table I.

The five different conducting polymer compositions and their workfunction levels of the films.

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Table II.

Calculated dipole moments, ionization potential (IP) and deprotonation energy (DP) of the end groups obtained by density-functional theory calculations.

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Scitation: Hole-injecting conducting-polymer compositions for highly efficient and stable organic light-emitting diodes
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/87/23/10.1063/1.2132072
10.1063/1.2132072
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