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Achieving three-peak white organic light-emitting devices using wavelength-selective mirror electrodes
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We report an effective approach based on wavelength-selective mirrors for implementing three-peak white-emitting organic light-emitting devices(OLEDs). Such three-peak white OLEDs have electroluminescencespectra matching better with the transmission spectra of typical color filters and thus give much enhanced color gamut for full-color OLED display applications. The wavelength-selective mirror uses the metal/dielectric stack that is compatible with the OLED fabrication.
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