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

@article{Mao2017AchievingHP,
  title={Achieving High Performances of Nondoped OLEDs Using Carbazole and Diphenylphosphoryl-Functionalized Ir(III) Complexes as Active Components.},
  author={Hui-Ting Mao and Chun-Xiu Zang and Guo-Gang Shan and Haizhu Sun and Wen-Fa Xie and Zhongmin Su},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={56 16},
  pages={
          9979-9987
        }
}
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… CONTINUE READING
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