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 for TVs and smart phones.
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.
The basic structure of a polymeric light-emitting diode consists of a positive hole-injecting electrode (usually transparent) with a high work funtion such as In-Sn-[O.sub.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.
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.
CDT recently entered into a collaboration with Japanese electronics maker Seiko-Epson to develop light-emitting polymer screens.
AVI has developed a light-emitting polymer ink, which is formulated with additives and transport materials that avoid the need for vacuum-deposited electrodes.