Organic Light-Emitting Diodes: Principles, Characteristics & Processes

Jan Kalinowski

November 29, 2004 by CRC Press
Reference - 480 Pages
ISBN 9780824759476 - CAT# DK1217
Series: Optical Science and Engineering

USD$275.00

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Presenting a unified approach to the description and functioning of organic LEDs, based on a comprehensive background of relevant physical processes, this handbook:
  • Addresses the complex relationships between the fundamental electronic processes and measured electrical and optical characteristics of organic LEDs
  • Describes the principles of various analytical approaches and critically assesses their effects in applied physics and electronic technology
  • Considers the fundamental importance of the proper definition and employment of electronic processes selected for the performance characterization of organic LEDs
  • Offers numerous examples of LED structures based on a variety of organic materials and describes their similarities and differences
  • Contains examples demonstrating the role of spatial distrbution of excited states in emissive layers for LED performance
  • Presents a variety of current-voltage characteristics of organic LEDs and studies crucial differences in current-voltage behavior in different model approximations of ILCs
  • Summary

    Organic Light Emitting Diodes: Principles, Characteristics, and Processes presents recent developments in organic electroluminescence and their application to light emitting diodes. In six chapters and complete with an extensive set of references, it describes and illustrates the physical principles of organic LEDs and their electrical and optical characteristics with a wide range of examples and practical studies. The author presents a unified approach to the description and functioning of organic LEDs, based on a comprehensive background of relevant physical processes and provides a clear foundation for the prediction and design of new improved electroluminescent devices.