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December 31st, 2003
Improved Tandem Organic LEDs
Stacking organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) leads to brighter, stabler, longer lived light sources than individual OLEDs. Unfortunately, the metal layers typically used to connect the individual elements are not very transparent, reducing the resulting brightness of underlying OLEDs in a tandem configuration. Researchers in the Display Technology Laboratory at Eastman Kodak Company have now managed to stack OLEDs that are connected through optically transparent, organic semiconductor materials.
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