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Pubmed ID :28795817
Publication Date : 2017/08/10

Achieving High Performances of Nondoped OLEDs Using Carbazole and Diphenylphosphoryl-Functionalized Ir(III) Complexes as Active Components.


Nondoped electroluminescent devices offer advantages over their doped counterparts such as good reproducibility, reduced phase separation between host and guest materials, and potential of lower-cost devices. However, low luminance efficiencies and significant roll-off values are longstanding issues for nondoped devices, and a rational design strategy for the preparation of efficient phosphors is highly desired. In this work, cyclometalated Ir(III) complexes 3CzIr(mtpy), 4CzIr(mtpy), 3POIr(mtpy), and 4POIr(mtpy) bearing carbazole (Cz) or diphenylphosphoryl (Ph2PO) groups substituted at different positions of 1,2-diphenyl-H-benzimidazole (HPBI) were designed and synthesized. Owing to the steric effects induced by these groups, a significant intermolecular interaction was avoided, thereby reducing self-quenching and triplet-triplet annihilation (TTA) at high brightness. Simultaneously, attached functional moieties manipulate the charge-carrier character and enhance the EL performance of the complexes. Device N3-10, based on 3POIr(mtpy), successfully realized excellent performance and improved efficiency stability, rendering a turn-on voltage of 2.5 V, a maximum current efficiency of 29.7 cd A(-1), and a maximum power efficiency of 31.1 lm W(-1), which are all almost 3-fold higher than that of the control device N-10 based on parent complex. Inspiringly, all of the devices showed reduced efficiency roll-off as luminance increased. To the best of our knowledge, these are good results for green-emitting PHOLEDs using vacuum evaporation techniques, and they provide fundamental insights into the future realization of efficient phosphorescent Ir(III) complexes and corresponding nondoped devices.

Authors : Mao Hui-Ting , Zang Chun-Xiu , Shan Guo-Gang , Sun Hai-Zhu , Xie Wen-Fa , Su Zhong-Min ,

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