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Electron Transport Materials for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
A comprehensive review of the literature on electron transport materials (ETMs) used to enhance the performance of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is presented. TheExpand
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Beryllium-10 in Australasian tektites: Constraints on the location of the source crater
Abstract By using accelerator mass spectrometry we have measured the 10Be concentrations of 86 Australasian tektites. Corrected to the time of tektite production ∼0.8 My ago, the 10Be concentrationsExpand
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10Be in Muong Nong-Type Australasian Tektites: Constraints on the Location of the Source Crater
Introduction: Although it is generally agreed that Australasian tektites formed from terrestrial rocks melted by meteorite impact(s) in Indochina during the early-mid Pleistocene (~ 0.8 Ma), there isExpand
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Blue-light-emitting oligoquinolines: Synthesis, properties, and high-efficiency blue-light-emitting diodes
The synthesis, photophysics, cyclic voltammetry, and highly efficient blue electroluminescence of a series of four new n-type conjugated oligomers, 6,6′-bis(2,4-diphenylquinoline) (B1PPQ),Expand
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New n-type organic semiconductors: synthesis, single crystal structures, cyclic voltammetry, photophysics, electron transport, and electroluminescence of a series of diphenylanthrazolines.
The synthesis, properties, and electroluminescent device applications of a series of five new diphenylanthrazoline molecules 1a-1e are reported. Compounds 1b, 1c, and 1d crystallized in theExpand
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New Soluble n-Type Conjugated Polymers for Use as Electron Transport Materials in Light-Emitting Diodes
We report the synthesis of a series of six new soluble n-type conjugated copolymers that incorporate bis(phenylquinoline) and regioregular dialkylbithiophene in the backbone, the investigation ofExpand
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Efficient blue organic light-emitting diodes based on an oligoquinoline
An oligoquinoline 6,6′-bis(2,4-diphenylquinoline), with excellent thermal stability and a high glass transition temperature (Tg=133°C), was used as a blue-emitting and electron-transport material toExpand
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A New Synthetic Route to Soluble Polyquinolines with Tunable Photophysical, Redox, and Electroluminescent Properties
A new monomer bearing dialkyl groups, 3,3‘-dinonanoylbenzidine, when copolymerized with diacetyl monomers gave six new alternating conjugated copolymers,Expand
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Nanophase-Separated Blends of Acceptor and Donor Conjugated Polymers. Efficient Electroluminescence from Binary Polyquinoline/Poly(2-methoxy-5-(2‘-ethylhexyloxy)-1,4-phenylenevinylene) and
Binary blends of the acceptor conjugated polymer poly(2,2‘-(3,3‘-dioctyl-2,2‘-bithienylene)-6,6‘-bis(4-phenylenequinoline)) (POBTPQ) with donor conjugated polymerExpand
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