Epitaxially-Grown Oxadiazole Layers for Light Emitting Diodes
Abstract:We use a simple epitaxial growth technique to prepare oriented layers from a liquid crystalline oxadiazole derivative. The high degree of molecular orientation in these layers is found to lead to a dramatic enhancement in the electrical characteristics of organic light emitting diodes.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1999
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