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LED

light emitting diode.
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Saito, Organic Electroluminescence Devices with Bright Blue Emission, in Optoelectronic-Devices and Technology, Vol 7, Mita Press, Tokyo, 83 (1992).
Above than 1% doping of MNPs, electroluminescence dramatically decreases beside the change in peak shape is observed.
Radiative recombination of electron-hole pairs causes electroluminescence of the device (Figure 1).
5 litre engine and features organic electroluminescence information display.
Solid-state lighting technology based on injection electroluminescence devices, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), already found numerous applications in traffic lights, automotive signage, full-colour video displays, liquid-crystal display backlighting, optical measurements, phototherapy, and other niche applications [1,2].
It also presented the contribution Konica Minolta can make to the environment by using organic electroluminescence in future lighting systems, which was previously announced in March 2007.
The Display FDP Expo will feature LCDs, plasma displays, organic electroluminescence displays (OELDs), inorganic electroluminescence displays, field emission displays (FEDs), surface-conduction Electron-emitter displays (SEDs), electronic papers, touch panels and many other exhibitions.
Electroluminescence was originally invented as soft light for car interiors.
We chose to rule out the older lighting technology -- incandescent bulbs -- in favor of newer designs like electroluminescence and LEDs, both surface mount and fiber optic.
With the redesign, we're bringing characters to electroluminescence, which is very exciting.
In a fluorescent polymer, electroluminescence results when the injected electrons and holes recombine radiatively, he said.
That ability to tune the color of the electroluminescence by varying the nanocrystals' size is something that can't be done with polymers.