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OLED With Rare-Earth Metal Containing Cathode    

A transparent rare-earth metal containing electron-injecting electrodes for use with OLED device

Overview

To enable the fabrication of OLED devices that contain transparent electron-injecting electrodes. The electrodes consist of a rare-earth metal or its alloy formed by co-evaporation with a conductive material. They could be used in transparent or surface emitting OLED.

High performance and transparent electrodes for bottom or surface emitted OLED

Primary Application of the Technology

The OLED could be used for the fabrication of transparent flat panel display.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 428: Stock Material Or Miscellaneous Articles

This is the residual class for: 1. Stock material in the form of a structurally defined web, sheet, rod, strand, fiber, filament, cell, flake, particle not provided elsewhere. 2. Stock material in the form of a web, sheet, mass or layer which consists of or contains a structurally defined constituent or element. 3. A nonstructural laminate defined merely in terms of the composition of one or more layers. 4. An article of manufacture or an intermediate-article not provided for elsewhere. 5. A process for applying an impregnating material to a naturally solid product such as a wood beam, a sheet of leather or a stone, or for applying a coating to a base, and which process includes no significant method step.

Subclass 690: Fluroescent, phosphorescent, or luminescent layer

Class 313: Electric Lamp And Discharge Devices

This is the generic class for electric lamp and electric space discharge device structure. Examples of such devices are electric incandescent lamps, gas or vapor filled electric discharge tubes, including lamps, mercury arc devices, vacuum discharge tubes, radio tubes, cyclotrons, cathode-ray tubes, photosensitive discharge devices, secondary emission electron multipliers, spark plugs, and open air arc and spark devices.

Subclass 504: Organic phosphor
Subclass 506: Plural layers