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Transient electroluminescence dynamics in small molecular organic light-emitting diodes
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13.The spike’s peak location can be affected by the time constant or delay time of the electronics. In the low- and room-temperature measurements the coaxial cables connecting the OLED to the electronics are and long, so the spikes peak at 200–300 ns and 100–200 ns, respectively.
15.The field-dependent electron mobility in and hole mobility in are , so if the potential drop across each of these -thick layers is , the transit time through them is .
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