Samsung effectively screens new blue OLED emitters, but process may prove value beyond OLEDs

Researchers from Harvard University, in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Samsung, developed a material screening software, Molecular Space Shuttle (MSS), to identify high-performance molecules as blue thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) emitters for o...

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