Electroluminescence Theoretical Study of Polymer Organic Materials by Monomolecular Recombination
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- Electroluminescence, ROPPV 2-5-dialoxy-poly-phenelene-vinayl, Light Emitting Diode
- Anjali Kanojia
- Electroluminescence (EL), a type of luminescence, is the phenomenon of emission of electromagnetic radiation in excess of thermal radiation from condensed matter subjected to an external electric field. The types of EL are distinguished based on the mode of excitation of the radiative system of the EL devices, Basically, EL can be classified, firstly, as high-EL and, secondly as charge –carriers mediated EL. The charge – carriers mediated EL is of two types, namely, impact EL and recombination EL. Furthermore, the recombination EL can be separated either as injection controlled EL (ICEL) or volume controlled EL (VCEL). Here, we would like to discuss high-field EL, charge-carrier mediated EL, impact EL and recombination EL.
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