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Highly efficient single-layer white polymer light-emitting devices employing triphenylamine-based iridium dendritic complexes as orange emissive component
New triphenylamine-based iridium(III) dendritic complexes are demonstrated as active components for white polymer light-emitting diodes (WPLEDs). Initially the orange PLEDs are fabricated through… Expand
Efficient Solution-Processed Nondoped Deep-Blue Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Fluorene-Bridged Anthracene Derivatives Appended with Charge Transport Moieties
A series of fluorene-bridged anthracene derivatives appended with different charge transport moieties were synthesized, and their thermal, photophysical, and electrochemical properties were… Expand
Iridium phosphors with peripheral triphenylamine encapsulation: highly efficient solution-processed red electrophosphorescence.
- M. Zhu, Yanhu Li, +5 authors Y. Cao
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Chemical communications
- 13 February 2012
The peripheral triphenylamine-encapsulated red-emitting iridium(III) complexes have been designed and synthesized. External quantum efficiency over 15% has been realized in single-layer polymer… Expand
Tuning the energy levels and photophysical properties of triphenylamine-featured iridium(III) complexes: application in high performance polymer light-emitting diodes
A new triphenylamine-based homoleptic iridium(III) complex is designed and synthesized by simply altering the ligation positions of the triphenylamine units. The theoretical calculations reveal that… Expand
Water-soluble poly(p-phenylene) incorporating methoxyphenol units: Highly sensitive and selective chemodosimeters for hypochlorite
Abstract A series of water-soluble poly( p -phenylene)s (PPPs), named N-PPPx ( x = 10, 25 and 50), were directly synthesized by Suzuki coupling in aqueous solution. The structures of the polymers… Expand
Enzyme-instructed assembly of a cholesterol conjugate promotes pro-inflammatory macrophages and induces apoptosis of cancer cells.
- Y. Hu, Huaimin Wang, Chen'ge Li, Jinyao Liu, B. Xu, W. Di
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biomaterials science
- 19 February 2020
The combination of immunotherapy and chemotherapy has shown great potential for treating solid tumors. Although various combination therapy regimens have been demonstrated to be effective, their… Expand