Abstract

We present the first all-inorganic QD-LEDs consisting of radio-frequency sputtered metal-oxide charge transport layers and a colloidal quantum dot electroluminescent region. These devices manifest a 100-fold increase in external quantum efficiency over previously reported structures.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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