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Light, Energy and the Environement 2015
Since their invention by Tang and Van Slyke in 1987  , organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) have matured into highly efficient and versatile light sources. By today they have secured a substantial share of the market for mobile phone displays and are prime candidates for a range of applications including large area displays, luminescent signage and large lighting panels for glare-free solid-state illumination.     The organic conjugated molecules on which OLEDs are based offerdoi:10.1364/soled.2015.dw2c.3 fatcat:klojofii2regfgdn3f3i4to3xu