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OLED

 (ō′ĕl′ē′dē′)
n.
A light-emitting diode that uses an organic compound to emit light.

[o(rganic) l(ight-)e(mitting) d(iode).]

OLED

abbreviation for
(Electronics) organic light-emitting diode
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Noun1.OLED - a self-luminous diode (it glows when an electrical field is applied to the electrodes) that does not require backlighting or diffusers
LED, light-emitting diode - diode such that light emitted at a p-n junction is proportional to the bias current; color depends on the material used
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Multi-Color and Deep Blue Organic EL Technology - Six CD players boast Pioneer's deep blue OEL technology and an additional four models offer the multi-color OEL screen.
OEL will acquire a 60- to 100-per-cent stake in Hong Kong firm Allied Resources for between S$22.
As per the deal, OEL is to acquire a 60 to 100 per cent stake in Hong Kong firm Allied Resources amounting in the range of between S$22.
The first step GSE toxicologists take when assigning an OEB for a material or establishing/updating an OEL is to gather all available information for the compound and related materials.
In their analysis, the French authorities say that the application of protective workplace legislation, including the setting of an OEL, is the most appropriate route to manage the potential risk, which arises at the workplace only.
Chief executive Christian Bull Eriksson said: "The acquisition of OEL further strengthens and widens IK's position within the pipeline sector of the international oil and gas industry.
Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs) should request this information and the rationale for the setting of the OEL and ADE or PDE (permissible daily exposure) in the EU from the innovator company asking them to manufacture the pharmaceutical product.
Later results indicated that both the neurotoxicity and the reproductive toxicity were worse than thought, and most makers reduced their recommended OEL to 25ppm, although one recommended 100ppm.
The Osaka-based electronics company has succeeded in applying the material to OEL panels and making their images crisper, according to the sources.
OEL is widely expected to be the dominant technology in the next generation of televisions.
Typically licensing its technology to such brands as Jockey as well as numerous bedding manufacturers, Outlast is taking a different approach with OEL Thermo-Regulating Apparel, which includes two base-layer products: a T-shirt and long pants, with a long-sleeve T-shirt and briefs to come.
OEL managing director Shukri Benfaied said: "This growth is driven by product development and penetration of export markets in Europe, Japan and India.