Data_Sheet_1_Development of Red Exciplex for Efficient OLEDs by Employing a Phosphor as a Component.docx (830.22 kB)

Data_Sheet_1_Development of Red Exciplex for Efficient OLEDs by Employing a Phosphor as a Component.docx

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posted on 31.01.2019, 04:03 by Ming Zhang, Kai Wang, Cai-Jun Zheng, De-Qi Wang, Yi-Zhong Shi, Hui Lin, Si-Lu Tao, Xing Li, Xiao-Hong Zhang

Exciplexes are ideal candidates as effective thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) emitters. However, efficient orange and red TADF exciplexes have been reported seldomly, because their significant non-radiative (NR) decay of excited states lead to unavoidable energy loss. Herein, we propose a novel strategy to construct efficient red TADF exciplexes by introducing phosphor as one component. Due to the strong spin–orbit coupling of heavy metal (e.g., Ir, Pt, et al.) ion cores, the NR decays will be evidently decreased for both singlet and triplet excitons, reducing the undesired exciton waste. Moreover, compared with the conventional exciplexes, phosphorescence plays an important role for such novel exciplexes, further improving the exciton utilization. Based on this strategy, we fabricated a red exciplex containing 1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6-triyl)tris(benzene-3,1-diyl)tris(diphenylphosphine oxide) (PO-T2T) and tris(2-phenylpyridine) iridium(III) (Ir(ppy)3) as components and realize a red emission with a peak at 604 nm, a CIE coordinate of (0.55, 0.44), and a high maximum external quantum efficiency of 5% in organic light-emitting device. This efficiency is 2.6 times higher than that of the device based on the conventional red exciplex emitter, proving the superiority of our novel strategy to construct TADF exciplexes with phosphors.

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