Non-expensive Single Molecular White Light Emitting Material

Scientists at the University of Saskatchewan have discovered a plant-source compound as a single molecule white light emitter and a technology to use this material to produce OLED devices. This game-changing technology has the potential of significantly reducing the costs of OLED devices and make OLED technology affordable for the main display and lighting industry. Key features of this invention include:

•       It works! A prototype has been developed;

•       Low cost. The cost of this material is only about 1/10 of other white light emitting materials such as FPt;

•       Secured supply: The material is plant-sourced which can be easily produced in bulk quantities;

•       Durable: The material has a very stable structure and is durable at high temperatures