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Title: A New Thermally Crosslinkable Hole Injection Material for OLEDs
Authors: Wen-Yi Hung
Chi-Yen Lin
Tsang-Lung Cheng
Shih-Wei Yang
Atul Chaskar
Gang-Lun Fan
Ken-Tsung Wong
Teng-Chih Chao
Mei-Rurng Tseng
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電與材料科技學士學位學程(學系)
Keywords: OLEDs
Hole injection layer
Thermal crosslink
Hole mobility
Date: 2012-11
Issue Date: 2018-11-23T06:41:52Z
Publisher: Organic Electronics
Abstract: Abstract: A new thermal cross-linkable hole injection monomer VB-DATA derived from famous m-MTDATA as core peripherally functionalized with styryl (vinylbenzene) moiety as polymerizable group has been synthesized and characterized. The propensity of VB-DATA thin films formation is sensitive to the nature of solvent, in which the dichloroethane solution gave smooth polymeric thin films with surface roughness of RMS ∼0.84 nm by spin-casting followed by thermal treatment at 190 °C. The introduction of oxygen-linked vinylbenzene group shifted HOMO energy level of VB-DATA to −5.1 eV along with good nondispersive hole transport property (μh ∼ 10–6 cm2 V–1 s–1) makes it suitable for serving as HIL on top of ITO electrode. The replacement of PEDOT:PSS by thermally cross-linked VB-DATA films showed comparable OLEDs performance, giving more flexibility on material selection for future OLEDs applications, especially solution-processed ones.
Relation: 13(11) pp.2508-2515
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51356
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