Solution-processable red phosphorescent dendrimers for light-emitting device applications

TD Anthopoulos, MJ Frampton, EB Namdas, PL Burn, Ifor David William Samuel

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Abstract

High efficiency, solution-processed electroluminescent devices are realized using two new red-light-emitting phosphorescent dendrimers (see Figure). By modulating the dendrimer architecture (changing the structure of the luminescent core), tuning of the emission spectra is demonstrated. Processability in organic solvents is achieved by incorporating the red-emitting cores into dendrimers with suitable surface groups and dendrons.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages557
Volume16
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 Mar 2004

Keywords

  • CONJUGATED POLYMERS
  • ELECTROLUMINESCENT DIODES
  • IRIDIUM COMPLEXES
  • EFFICIENCY
  • LAYER
  • ELECTROPHOSPHORESCENCE
  • GENERATION
  • EMISSION

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