Conjugated polyelectrolyte-assisted vacuum-free transfer-printing of silver nanowire network for top electrode of polymer light-emitting diodes
- Conjugated polyelectrolyte-assisted vacuum-free transfer-printing of silver nanowire network for top electrode of polymer light-emitting diodes
- 김영선; 이용희; 서민원; 김경목; 김현기; 김동혁; 장혜인; 이동찬; 김성욱; 전덕영
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- Organic electronics
- VOL 43-69
- We report vacuum-free transfer-printing of silver nanowire (AgNW) network film as a top electrode of polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) using conjugated polyelectrolyte (CPE) interfacial layer. AgNW network is delivered from a donor substrate to the desired area of the devices through an elastomeric polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) mold stamp. The application of CPE layer with an appropriate thickness on the surface of AgNW and light-emitting polymer (LEP) films provides not only good adhesion between the organic and metal layers but also lowering of the work-function of AgNW electrode for better electron injection at LEP/AgNW interface. PLEDs with laminated AgNW top electrode at the optimized condition show the maximum device efficiencies of 3.81 cd A− 1 and 2.99 lm W− 1 at 4 V, which are comparable to those of PLEDs with Al cathode.
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