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2008-11-12
2015-05-06

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Films of Cytop™, a perfluorinated polymer, are spin cast as a single barrier layer for evaluation of barrier properties on organic light-emitting devices and on Ca thin films. Cytop™ is water repellant, resulting in encapsulated organic light-emitting field effect transistors and organic light-emitting diodes(OLEDs), which remain active even after immersion into water or exposure to water droplets on the Cytop™ surface. OLEDs encapsulated with Cytop™ exhibit up to five times longer continuous operation under identical environmental and driving conditions compared with devices that are not encapsulated with Cytop™.

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