In this work, experimental measurements on polystyrene-ZnO nanocomposite scattering films and on organic light-emitting device with and without the scattering layers are presented. The results are also compared with Henyey-Greenstein radiative-transfer model to narrow down the parameters that can be important in the identification of more suitable scattering layers. As a result, an increase of efficiency of about 30 has been obtained that it can be translated in 60 of outcoupled light in respect to the total generated amount. Copyright © 2012 G. Nenna et al.
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Nenna, G., De Girolamo Del Mauro, A., Massera, E., Bruno, A., Fasolino, T., & Minarini, C. (2012). Optical properties of polystyrene-ZnO nanocomposite scattering layer to improve light extraction in organic light-emitting diode. Journal of Nanomaterials, 2012, -. . https://doi.org/10.1155/2012/319398