light-emitting polymer

light-emitting polymer

[¦lītə‚mid·iŋ ′pöl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
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At this point, VTT's plastic OLED film will only emit light for around a year, since light-emitting polymer materials are susceptible to oxygen and moisture.
At this point, VTT says its plastic OLED film will only emit light for around a year, since light-emitting polymer materials are susceptible to oxygen and moisture.
In 2002 Cambridge Display Technologies won the award for its light-emitting polymer displays, now used extensively in TVs and smartphones.
An iridium-complex-doped polymer light-emitting diode is the excitation source, which excites a layer of light-emitting polymer on the opposite side of the waveguide.
By spraying surfaces with a light-emitting polymer, researchers have taken a step toward making new sensors for traces of common explosives.
The breakthrough display was achieved by development of technology for forming a light-emitting polymer film on a low temperature polysilicon thin film transistor (TFT) array.
The new display was achieved by development of technology to form a light-emitting polymer film on a low-temperature polysilicon thin-film transistor (TFT) array, Toshiba said.
2] (ITO) or a conducting polymer, a negative electron-injecting electrode with a low work function such as Al, In, Mg, or Ca and the light-emitting polymer film sandwiched between these two electrodes.
Light-emitting polymer technology has yet to fulfill its early promise when supporters saw it replacing cathode ray tubes.
Her current investments include the light-emitting polymer (LEP) technology by Cambridge Display that promises to make possible TVs as thin and light as picture frames which can be hung on walls.
It is noteworthy that ODPA-PFDA PI and 6F-PFDA PI exhibit narrower PL spectra than any other light-emitting polymer studied to date.
As described by LEP (light-emitting polymer) technology developer Cambridge Display Technology (CDT), light-emitting polymers are solution processable semiconducting plastics that emit the full spectrum of light and can be printed onto a wide range of flexible and nonflexible substrates.