n-doping

electron transport - strong donor

N-doping is used in OLEDs to improve device performance with lower voltage and higher efficiency. N-doping is the implementation of impurities to increase the number charge carriers. 

n-ETL

n-(negative) doped electron transport layer

n-type

n-(negative) electron charge carriers

Made of material, usually a semiconductor such as silicon, that has been doped with impurities to increase amount of conductive electrons.

NDN

Novaled Dopand n-side

Novaled Dopand n-side is a Novaled Product name for a proprietary material.

NDP

Novaled Dopand p-side

A Novaled Product classification with the naming Novaled Dopand p-side.

NET

Novaled Electron Transporter

A Novaled Product classification with the naming Novaled Electron Transport Material.

NHT

Novaled Hole Transporter

A Novaled Product classification with the naming Novaled Hole Transport Material.

nits

Luminescence

Luminescence is defined as the emission of light from a substance in an electronically excited state. Depending on whether the excited state is singlet or triplet, the emission is called fluorescence (decay time about 10-8 seconds) or phosphorescence (longer than 10-3 second decay). 1 nit or 1cd/m² is the unit of Luminance.