OEL

(redirected from Organic Electroluminescent)
AcronymDefinition
OELOccupational Exposure Limit
OELOriginal English Language
OELOffice of Early Learning (various locations)
OELOptical Engineering Laboratory (University of Warwick, UK)
OELOracle Enterprise Linux
OELOra et Labora (Latin: Pray and Work)
OELOccupational Exposure Level
OELOtto Energy Limited (Australia)
OELOrganic Electroluminescent (display technology)
OELOffice of Experiential Learning (various schools)
OELOffice of Extended Learning (various organizations)
OELOrganic Electro Luminiscence
OELOrganic Electro Luminiscent
OELObject Oriented Extensible Language
OELOptional Endorsement Line (US postal service)
OELOld English Language
OELOpen Ended Line (chemical process industry for a pipe open to the atmosphere)
OELOrganizational Equipment List
OELOffshore Employee Leasing
OELOver-Excitation Limiter
OELOffice of Export Licensing
OELOptical Evaluation Laboratory
OELOperational Events List
OELOperational Equipment List (US Army)
OELOpen End License
OELOpened End Line (of credit)
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Organic light emitting diode uses thin film organic electroluminescent materials, these material emit light when stimulated by electricity, and each pixel can change its state instantly.
Forrest, Highly efficient phosphorescent emission from organic electroluminescent devices, Nature, 395, 151, (1998).
Vanslyke, "Organic electroluminescent diodes," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Objective: Highly efficient organic electroluminescent devices (OLEDs) are a technology that promises to reduce significantly the electricity consumption.
The demand is expected to grow for the protection of high-performance devices such as organic electroluminescent (EL) devices, electronic paper and other next-generation devices, as well as polymer conductive materials in next-generation solar cells and organic semiconductor materials.
said Wednesday it will mass-produce lighting apparatus with organic electroluminescent display panels for the first time in the world and release them in Japan and Europe on Sept.
TDK started developing organic electroluminescent materials in 1991, establishing an in-house R&D framework covering the entire process from molecular structure design to chemical composition and device evaluation.
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation of Japan has announced the world's first toning/dimming type organic electroluminescent (EL) lighting panel at the Fuori Salone exhibition held in Milan, Italy through its overseas marketing agent, Verbatim, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Kagaku Media.
The first new PSP model in two years, featuring a high-resolution touch-sensitive, organic electroluminescent screen, will challenge rival devices such as Apple Inc.'s popular iPhone and iPod touch, and Nintendo's 3DS, which is due to hit the market on Feb.
to jointly develop organic electroluminescent lighting equipment.
Reducing the thickness of the organic electroluminescent layer also decreases the voltage for obtaining electroluminescence.
(SDK) has concluded a license agreement with Universal Display Corporation (UDC), of the United States, concerning organic electroluminescent (organic EL) technologies for white lighting applications.