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Fully bendable polymer light emitting devices with carbon nanotubes as cathode and anode
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2009-11-19
2014-07-28

Abstract

Polymer light emitting devices were fabricated by roll lamination using single-walled carbon nanotubes as both anode and cathode. The devices exhibited a low turn-on voltage of 3.8 V, high brightness of at 10 V and maximum efficiency of 2.2 cd/A at . The devices are also highly transparent and exhibited very high flexibility. No failure was observed after bending the devices down to 2.5 mm radius.

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Scitation: Fully bendable polymer light emitting devices with carbon nanotubes as cathode and anode
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