Water-Soluble ETL Polymers for LEDs
Tech ID: 21369 / UC Case 2004-579-0
Brief DescriptionCompositions of conjugated polymers, applicable to many electronic fields.
• Prevents interfacial-mixing in devices
• Improved ability of polymers transporting electrons
• Soluble in polar media such as water and methanol
• Polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs)
• Optoelectronic materials and devices
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|United States Of America||Issued Patent||8.309,672||11/13/2012||2004-579|
- Bazan, Guillermo C.
- Gong, Xiong
- Heeger, Alan J.
- Iyer, Parameswar K.
- Liu, Bin
- Ma, Wanli
polymer LED, conjugated polymers, electron transport layer
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