Organic light-emitting diode
An organic light-emitting diode is a light-emitting diode (LED) that uses an organic compound in the emissive layer. It is made from carbon-based molecules and is smaller than the traditional semiconductor technology that powers normal LEDs. The technology is used primarily in display devices.
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