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We herein present the results of a study of the direct fabrication of buckled patterns in flexible organic light-emitting devices (FOLEDs) that had a conducting polymer anode on a polyethersulfone substrate. Photograph of an operating FOLED with a buckled surface on a PES substrate at 10 V. See B. Park et al. Fig. 4(a) for details.
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