U-M researchers have developed pure organic phosphorescent crystals. Here, they glow yellow and green when triggered by ultraviolet light.
Credit: Marcin Szczepanski, U-M College of Engineering
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Organic phosphors developed at the University of Michigan could one day lead to cheaper organic light-emitting diodes.
Here, they glow in blue and orange when triggered by ultraviolet light.
Credit: Marcin Szczepanski, U-M College of Engineering
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