A research group at Kyushu University announced the development of a new organic electro-luminescence material on Nov. 6. The high-efficiency light-emitting material combines carbazole and boron. The invention successfully improved color quality and efficiency at the same time. The new material produces a visible range between red and blue. Source: EE Times / Kyushu University
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