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Title: Highly twisted biphenyl-linked carbazole–benzimidazole hybrid bipolar host materials for efficient PhOLEDs
Authors: Shuo-Hsien Cheng;Wen-Yi Hung;Ming-Hung Cheng;Hsiao-Fan Chen;Atul Chaskar;Gene-Hsiang Lee;Shu-Hua Chou;Ken-Tsung Wong
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
Date: 2014
Issue Date: 2017-02-13T06:06:20Z
Publisher: Journal of Materials Chemistry C
Abstract: Abstract: Three new highly twisted bipolar host materials (PhczNBI, PhczCBI, and PhczDCBI) comprising of a biphenyl core linking a hole-transport 9-phenylcarbazole (donor) and an electron-transport N-phenylbenzimidazole (acceptor) with different topologies were synthesized, characterized, and applied as host materials for full-color phosphorescent OLEDs. The highly twisted conformations imparted through a 2,2′-biphenyl linkage effectively disrupt the π-conjugation and electronic coupling between the donor and the acceptor, thus giving the bipolar hosts promising properties such as bipolar charge transport features (μh ≈ μe ≈ 10−6 to 10−4 cm2 V−1 s−1) and high triplet energies (ET = 2.55–2.71 eV). The PhOLED device gave a maximum external quantum efficiency (ηext) of 19.6% for the PhczNBI host with a yellow phosphor (Bt)2Ir(acac). A two-color, single-emitting-layer and all-phosphor WOLED hosted by PhczDCBI achieved high efficiencies (13.9%, 34.9 cd A−1, and 24.8 lm W−1) and a CRI up to 65.5.
Relation: 24
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/41271
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