Circularly polarised electroluminescence from a polymer light-emitting diode

Tijdschriftartikel

Peeters, E., Christiaans, M.P.T., Janssen, R.A.J., Schoo, H.F.M., Dekkers, H.P.J.M. & Meijer, E.W. (1997). Circularly polarised electroluminescence from a polymer light-emitting diode. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 119(41), 9909-9910. In Scopus Cited 256 times.

Lees meer: DOI      Medialink/Full text

Abstract

 

An example is presented of circularly polarized electroluminescence (CPEL) of a polymer LED which is constructed using a chiral p-conjugated poly(p-phenylenevinylene) (PPV) deriv. as an active layer. The CPEL is a direct consequence of the intrinsic mol. chirality of the conjugated polymer and requires no macroscopic orientation of chromophores as for linear polarized electroluminescence.