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Recovery Act: Low Cost Integrated Substrate for OLED Lighting Development
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glass surface while the glass is still viscous, the glass surface can be expected to remain very smooth and
suitable for anode material deposition.
This project employed a laboratory-scale conveyor furnace, wherein the particulate-based scattering layer
was sprayed on the glass substrate at a temperature of 6000C to 8000C. The particulate precursor solution
(for example, precursors for alumina) was diluted in water or other organic solvents and fed into the flame
directed at the glass surface. The combustion of the precursors and solvents resulted in the decomposition
of the precursors to oxide nanoparticles. As the glass substrate translated underneath the flame burner,
oxide particles were incorporated into the glass surface.
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Figure 14: Field emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) images of a (a) cross-section and (b) surface of an
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