hole injection

hole injection

[′hōl in‚jek·shən]
(electronics)
The production of holes in an n-type semiconductor when voltage is applied to a sharp metal point in contact with the surface of the material.
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6 Eight-Year Forecasts of Hole Injection Layer Materials 5.
These polymers exhibit good electroninjection properties and low barrier energy between electrons and hole injection to polymer, in the range of 0.
Dye-sensitized solar cells are a type of nanostructured solar cells whose mechanism is based on light absorption by the pigment molecules plus electron and hole injection to a semiconductor and an electrolyte.
The most common conductive polymer used in OLEDs, typically for the hole injection layer, is poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) poly(styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS), which is sold by Agfa (Orgacon) and Heraeus (Clevios).
The grids are highly refined near the walls and use the well known O grid strategy to well describe the vicinity of the hole injection.
Under the agreement, the companies will develop an advanced solution processible Hole Injection Layer (HIL) technology for OLEDs.
Until recently, there were three models that give vastly different projections for oxide life: the thermochemical model, the anode hole injection model, and the hydrogen release model.
a leader in the development and manufacture of printed electronics technologies, announced today they have entered into a strategic alliance to accelerate the development and commercialization of solution-based OLED material systems incorporating Plextronics' hole injection and hole transport materials with Universal Display's phosphorescent OLED emissive layer materials.
In the project, Plextronics' proprietary Plexcore([R]) OC material, which functions as a key component of OLEDs known as the hole injection layer (HIL), will be applied on top of Cambrios' proprietary ClearOhm[TM] material that creates a transparent electrode to form a transparent conducting hole injection (TCHI) electrode.
OLED materials covered include Emissive Layer Materials -- Emitters and Host; Electron and/or Hole Injection, Blocking, and Transport Materials; Electrodes - Anodes and Cathodes; Encapsulation Technologies; and Substrates - Rigid glass, flexible glass, plastics, and metal foils The report also breaks out the core, functional OLED materials (emitters, etc.
The collaboration agreement specifies that the companies will combine their respective technologies to develop an advanced solution processible Hole Injection Layer (HIL) technology for OLEDs.
Program to combine and optimize LG Chem's electron transport and hole injection materials with Universal Display's high-efficiency phosphorescent OLED materials and technology