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OLED Basics


An organic light emitting diode (OLED) usually consists of a stack of organic thin films sandwiched between a metallic cathode and a TCO anode. Due to the low charge carrier mobility of the employed organic materials, the layers must be very thin, so that the overall thickness of the OLED stack is only about 100-200 nm.  In contrast to their inorganic counterparts, organic LED consist of amorphous organic layers with the potential of large-area deposition and therefore offer the opportunity to realize very thin large-size light sources.

 

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Fig.: Typical monochrome bottom-emitting OLED stack


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