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Indium tin oxide nanoparticles as anode for light-emitting diodes

Çırpan, Ali
KARASZ, Frank E.
Thin films of indium tin oxide (ITO) nanoparticles have been investigated as anode materials for polymer light-emitting diodes. A luminance efficiency (0.13 cd/ A), higher than that (0.09 cd/A) obtained in a control devices fabricated on conventional commercial ITO anodes were found. The thin films were made by spin coating of a suspension followed by annealing. The ITO nartoparticle films have a stable sheet resistance of 200 ohm/sq, and an optical transmittance greater than 86% over the range of 400-1000 nm. Their textural property is also reported. These results demonstrate that ITO nanoparticle can form a high efficient reproducible anode material.