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Study and development of hybrid electroluminescent devices self sustainable


In this research project, we intend to build and characterize hybrid electroluminescent devices consisting of a thin layer of micro particles Zn2SiO4:Mn deposited at the interface between a conductive polymer phase and an ITO electrode. Experimental measurements should be performed to determine the morphological characteristics, electrical properties and light emission for these devices considering different proportions between the polymeric and inorganic phases and operating conditions. From these results, we expect to establish physical models responsible for the charge injection and transport processes and the emitted light. Thus, in general, the objectives of this project are to improve our technique of devices production, define the best constructive method and also, creating consistent experimental data support theoretical studies. The advantages of this proposal, compared with existing ones is the possibility of producing flexible and self-sustaining devices to operate in dc or ac voltages, from simple processes such as drop-cast. (AU)

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CARR, OLIVIA; GOZZI, GIOVANI; SANTOS, LUCAS FUGIKAWA; FARIA, ROBERTO MENDONCA; CHINAGLIA, DANTE LUIS. Analysis of the electrical and optical properties of PEDOT:PSS/PVA blends for low-cost and high-performance organic electronic and optoelectronic devices. TRANSLATIONAL MATERIALS RESEARCH, v. 2, n. 1, . (12/19005-0, 12/01624-5, 08/57706-4)

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