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Stephen R Forrest, Mark E Thompson, Paul E Burrows, Vladimir Bulovic, Gong Gu: Transparent contacts for organic devices. The Trustees Of Princeton University, Watov & Kipnes P C, December 30, 1997: US05703436 (882 worldwide citation)

A multicolor organic light emitting device employs vertically stacked layers of double heterostructure devices which are fabricated from organic compounds. The vertical stacked structure is formed on a glass base having a transparent coating of ITO or similar metal to provide a substrate. Deposited ...


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Yoshinori Shimizu, Kensho Sakano, Yasunobu Noguchi, Toshio Moriguchi: Light emitting device having a nitride compound semiconductor and a phosphor containing a garnet fluorescent material. Nichia Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, December 7, 1999: US05998925 (789 worldwide citation)

The white light emitting diode comprising a light emitting component using a semiconductor as a light emitting layer and a phosphor which absorbs a part of light emitted by the light emitting component and emits light of wavelength different from that of the absorbed light, wherein the light emittin ...


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Vladimir Bulovic, Stephen R Forrest, Paul Burrows, Dmitri Z Garbuzov: High efficiency organic light emitting devices with light directing structures. The Trustees of Princeton University, Kenyon & Kenyon, November 10, 1998: US05834893 (708 worldwide citation)

An organic light emitting device (OLED) structure having reflective surfaces is fabricated in a pit formed in a substrate. The pit has slanted reflective side walls which redirect light that is waveguided in the organic layers of the OLED to a direction substantially normal to the plane of the subst ...


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Steven A VanSlyke, Ching W Tang: Organic electroluminescent devices having improved power conversion efficiencies. Eastman Kodak Company, Dana M Schmidt, September 3, 1985: US04539507 (683 worldwide citation)

Electroluminescent devices are disclosed comprising a hole-injecting zone and an adjacent organic luminescent zone, the device having a power conversion efficiency of at least 9.times.10.sup.-5 w/w and said zones having a combined thickness no greater than about 1 micron.


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Mark E Thompson, Stephen R Forrest: Multicolor display devices. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, January 11, 2000: US06013982 (627 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a multicolor display device, comprising a transparent substrate, fluorescent dye deposited in a dye layer onto the substrate by ink jet printing, and a source of radiation for illuminating said fluorescent dye. The present invention also concerns methods for creating s ...


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Ching W Tang: Organic electroluminescent cell. Eastman Kodak Company, Dana M Schmidt, October 26, 1982: US04356429 (558 worldwide citation)

An organic electroluminescent cell is disclosed comprising a luminescent zone between two electrodes, wherein a hole-injecting zone comprising a porphyrinic compound is disposed between the luminescent zone and the anode electrode.


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Steven A VanSlyke, Ching W Tang, Michael E O Brien, Chin H Chen: Electroluminescent device with organic electroluminescent medium. Eastman Kodak Company, Carl O Thomas, October 29, 1991: US05061569 (489 worldwide citation)

An internal junction organic electroluminescent device is disclosed comprising in sequence, an anode, an organic hold injecting and transporting zone, an organic electron injecting and transporting zone, and a cathode. The hole injecting and transporting zone includes a tertiary amine containing at ...


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Steven A VanSlyke, Ching W Tang, Luther C Roberts: Electroluminescent device with organic luminescent medium. Eastman Kodak Company, Carl O Thomas, January 19, 1988: US04720432 (445 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent device is disclosed comprising in sequence, an anode, an organic hole injecting and transporting zone, an organic electron injecting and transporting zone, and a cathode. The organic hole injecting and transporting zone is comprised of a layer in contact with the anode containi ...


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Ching W Tang, Steven A VanSlyke: Electroluminescent device with improved cathode. Eastman Kodak Company, Carl O Thomas, December 5, 1989: US04885211 (429 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent device is disclosed comprised of, in sequence, an anode, an organic hole transporting zone, an organic electron transporting zone, and a cathode. The cathode is comprised of a layer of a plurality of metals other than alkali metals, at least one of said metals having a work fun ...


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John D Affinito: Environmental barrier material for organic light emitting device and method of making. Battelle Memorial Institute, Killworth Gottman Hagan & Schaeff L, July 31, 2001: US06268695 (409 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an environmental barrier for an OLED. The environmental barrier has a foundation and a cover. Both the foundation and the cover have a top of three layers of (a) a first polymer layer, (b) a ceramic layer, and (c) a second polymer layer. The foundation and/or the cover may h ...