Premium 24.4: A Linear High‐ T g Arylphosphine Oxide‐Triazine Conjugate as a Doped Electron‐Transport Material for Stable Phosphorescent OLEDs
Wang Lin-Ye,
Chen Ling-Ling,
Huang Xiao-Lan,
Wang Mei,
Zhu Xu-Hui,
Zou Jian-Hua
Publication year2021
Publication title
sid symposium digest of technical papers
Resource typeJournals
Organic electron‐transport materials (ETMs) play a critical role in enhancing performances and operational stability of organic light‐emitting diodes. In this context, we describe a triazine‐based electron‐transport material in high purity 6‐dphenylphosphinyl‐6′‐(4,6‐(tiphenyl‐1,3,5‐triazin‐2‐yl)[2,2′‐binaphthyl] (DPO‐2Na‐TRZ, MW= 685.75) via arylphosphine oxide modification. It exhibits a glass transition temperature of 130.8 °C. HOMO = −6.03 eV, LUMO = −3.08 eV. Its decomposition occurs at ca. 456 °C at 1% weight loss. Upon 50 wt% Liq doping, DPO‐2Na‐TRZ is investigated as an electron transport layer in bottom‐ and top‐emission green phosphorescent OLEDs. In the presence of an additional exciton‐blocking/electron‐transport layer, the resulting topemission OLED provides attractive characteristics. At a luminance of ca 1000 cd m −2 , LE = 91.6 cd A −1 , PE = 102.8 lm W −1 and EQE = 22.1 %. Moreover, under continuous driven at a constant current, an extraordinary lifetime t 99 > 600 h @ 1000 cd m −2 is observed.
Subject(s)analytical chemistry (journal) , biology , catalysis , chemistry , condensed matter physics , context (archaeology) , dopant , doping , electron , exciton , fluorescence , homo/lumo , layer (electronics) , materials science , molecule , nanotechnology , oled , optics , optoelectronics , organic chemistry , paleontology , phosphine , phosphine oxide , phosphorescence , photochemistry , physics , polymer chemistry , quantum mechanics , triazine
SCImago Journal Rank0.351

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