16 December 1998 Stability and characterization of large-area polymer light-emitting diodes over extended periods
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In order to apply polymer light-emitting diodes in commercial products a number of lifetime specifications have to be met. In this paper we report on the performance and stability of polymer light-emitting diodes based on dialkoxy-substituted fully conjugated PPV. Lifetime measurements have been performed on small and large area devices under different conditions, including variations in temperature, luminescence intensity and humidity. It will be shown that polymer LEDs can withstand extreme lifetime tests successfully. The result are compared with lifetime specifications for applications in consumer applications and are discussed in terms of the stability of the emissive polymer. Spectral measurements as a function of the operational lifetime are presented.
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Richard E. Gill, Richard E. Gill, Peter van de Weijer, Peter van de Weijer, Coen T. H. F. Liedenbaum, Coen T. H. F. Liedenbaum, Herman F. M. Schoo, Herman F. M. Schoo, Arjan J. M. Berntsen, Arjan J. M. Berntsen, Jeroen J. M. Vleggaar, Jeroen J. M. Vleggaar, Robert Jan Visser, Robert Jan Visser, } "Stability and characterization of large-area polymer light-emitting diodes over extended periods", Proc. SPIE 3476, Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices II, (16 December 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.332628; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.332628
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