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Enhanced Power Efficiency of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes using Pentacene on -Plasma-Treated Indium Tin Oxide Anodes

ABSTRACT :

In this letter, we have a tendency to demonstrate high-performance organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) by matching various hole injection–transport layers (HITLs) with plasma surface treatments. The OLED device with pentacene HITL on $hboxCF_4$-plasma-treated indium tin oxide showed the very best performance thanks to relatively improved hole injection and the high-hole-mobility characteristics of the pentacene. Employing a high-electron-mobility material as an electron transport layer to enhance the carrier balance of electrons and holes, the electroluminescent efficiency was additional improved. These methods are straightforward and promising for the enhancement of OLED performances. These findings can be applicable to mobile displays that feature low electric power consumption.


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