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Modeling exciton decay time and radiative efficiency in organic light emitting devices

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The exciton decay time depends on the optical environment in which the decay takes place. In the case of an organic light-emitting device this environment is determined by the thin film layer structure. The radiative and non-radiative decay channels compete and in this way influence the radiative efficiency and the external quantum efficiency of the device. This paper shows an experimentally verified model to estimate the dependency of the exciton decay time and the radiative efficiency on the thin film stack.
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OLED, exciton decay time

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Mladenovski, Saso, et al. “Modeling Exciton Decay Time and Radiative Efficiency in Organic Light Emitting Devices.” CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE, Society for Information Display (SID), 2009, pp. 43–46.
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Mladenovski, S., Reineke, S., & Neyts, K. (2009). Modeling exciton decay time and radiative efficiency in organic light emitting devices. In CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE (pp. 43–46). Campbell, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Mladenovski, Saso, Sebastian Reineke, and Kristiaan Neyts. 2009. “Modeling Exciton Decay Time and Radiative Efficiency in Organic Light Emitting Devices.” In CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 43–46. Campbell, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Mladenovski, Saso, Sebastian Reineke, and Kristiaan Neyts. 2009. “Modeling Exciton Decay Time and Radiative Efficiency in Organic Light Emitting Devices.” In CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 43–46. Campbell, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Mladenovski S, Reineke S, Neyts K. Modeling exciton decay time and radiative efficiency in organic light emitting devices. In: CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE. Campbell, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID); 2009. p. 43–6.
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S. Mladenovski, S. Reineke, and K. Neyts, “Modeling exciton decay time and radiative efficiency in organic light emitting devices,” in CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE, Rome, Italy, 2009, pp. 43–46.
@inproceedings{772406,
  abstract     = {The exciton decay time depends on the optical environment in which the decay takes place. In the case of an organic light-emitting device this environment is determined by the thin film layer structure. The radiative and non-radiative decay channels compete and in this way influence the radiative efficiency and the external quantum efficiency of the device. This paper shows an experimentally verified model to estimate the dependency of the exciton decay time and the radiative efficiency on the thin film stack.},
  author       = {Mladenovski, Saso and Reineke, Sebastian and Neyts, Kristiaan},
  booktitle    = {CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE},
  issn         = {1083-1312},
  keywords     = {OLED,exciton decay time},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Rome, Italy},
  pages        = {43--46},
  publisher    = {Society for Information Display (SID)},
  title        = {Modeling exciton decay time and radiative efficiency in organic light emitting devices},
  year         = {2009},
}

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