Understanding and improving electroluminescence in mill-ground ZnS : Cu,Cl phosphors
We demonstrate that lightly milled ZnS : Cu,Cl phosphors produce AC electroluminescence (EL) emission in devices half as thick and produce up to 5 times the light output as the thinnest devices made with unground phosphors. We also establish minimum and maximum bounds on micro-milling conditions for producing powders that are still viable for AC EL. To understand the cause of the minimum size, we report extended x-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) measurements on phosphors sorted by...[Show more]
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