Solvent Mixture Formulation for Inkjet Printable Light Emitting Polymer with Pixdro LP50-Ink Formulation for Inkjet Printing of MEH: PPV
Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are a promising technology for lighting and display applications. Traditionally, OLEDs are manufactured using cost-intense conventional vacuum processing technology. Printing technologies have been projected as cost efficient alternative (Amruth et al. in Display and imaging, pp. 339–358, 2016 ). Recently inkjet printing has emerged as a leading technology for the deposition of organic semiconductor films in a wide range of the electronic applications. In this paper we discuss the formulation of light emitter ink and challenges in using inkjet printing of the light emitting layer for OLEDs.
We acknowledge the financial support from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity).
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