OLED polymer with minor defects and simple production for an OLED display

This development enables a simple coating and structuring of a carrier with an OLED

polymer. As a result of this, OLED displays are easy to produce.<br> An advantage of this development is the solvent which is saved during the structuring of the OLED polymer. This is achieved by eschewing certain processing steps. Another effect of the invention is the significant reduction of defects within the OLED polymer. A uniform aging of the different colours can thus be achieved. This offers the particular advantage that colour shifts can significantly be reduced during aging. Ageing effects can consequently be compensated to a certain extent simply by increasing the current. This therefore extends the service life of the OLED. However, the OLED?s operating life remains finite.

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