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EFFECTS OF GATE THICKNESS, GATE MORPHOLOGY, AND EMISSIVE MATERIAL ON ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING VARACTOR CAPACITOR PERFORMANCE

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EFFECTS OF GATE THICKNESS, GATE MORPHOLOGY, AND EMISSIVE MATERIAL ON ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING VARACTOR CAPACITOR PERFORMANCE
author
Henderson, Eric
abstract
To keep up with the demands of power efficiency and broadened applicability, new lighting technologies must be invented. Organic light emitting varactors (OLEVs) represent a promising future in this regard and are explored here. OLEVs are built similarly to OLEDs, with an added gate. Under AC driving, this gate allows control of current flow to yield a higher maximum efficiency than the OLED. Numerous factors must be studied before such efficiencies can be approached.
subject
Efficiency
OLED
OLEV
Varactor
contributor
Carroll, David L (committee chair)
Williams, Richard (committee member)
Matthews, George E (committee member)
date
2018-08-23T08:35:37Z (accessioned)
2018-08-23T08:35:37Z (available)
2018 (issued)
degree
Physics (discipline)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/92378 (uri)
language
en (iso)
publisher
Wake Forest University
type
Thesis

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