Finding the End of the Tunnel for OLED Lighting

Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) lighting has received much attention due to the potential of the technology for unique designs and cheap devices. However, the current state of OLED lighting – with high cost, modest effiency, and poor lifetimes – is far from realizing that potential. We explored ...

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