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Extraction enhancement in organic light emitting devices by using metallic nanowire arrays
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2008-01-04
2014-11-24

Abstract

The extraction efficiency of organic light emitting devices is enhanced by depositing metallic nanowires on the glass surface and indium tin oxide (ITO) anode. For the aluminum tris-(8-hydroxyquinoline) (Alq3) based devices, a -width and -period goldnanowire array increases light extraction up to 46% from glass substrate and 80% from the organic layer. Such metallic nanowire arrays double the brightness with small absorption, only 10% lower than ITO glass. In addition, colors of the devices can be selected by the period of nanowire array. We demonstrated blue to red light emission by using single Alq3-based device.

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Scitation: Extraction enhancement in organic light emitting devices by using metallic nanowire arrays
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