Quantum dot light emitting diodes (QLEDs) have attracted immense research interest from both academia and industry due to their desirable display properties. The linewidth of the emission from quantum dots (QDs) is significantly narrower than from organic molecules which means that QLEDs can potentially offer displays with higher colour gamut than OLEDs.
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