Department of Chemistry
High-efficiency and color-stable white organic light-emitting devices based on sky blue electrofluorescence and orange electrophosphorescence
Highly efficient and color-stable two-wavelength white organic light-emitting devices (WOLEDs) combining an orange phosphor [Ir (Cz-C F3)] and a sky blue fluorescent dye BUBD-1 are fabricated where the host singlet is resonant with the fluorophore singlet state and the host triplet is resonant with the phosphor triplet level. A thin layer of 1,3,5-tris [N -(phenyl)benzimidazole]benzene between the phosphorescent and the fluorescent regions confines both singlet and triplet excitons efficiently and suppress Dexter transfer of the phosphor excitons to the nonradiative triplet state of BUBD-1. The best device reaches peak efficiencies of 19.3 cdA and 11.1 lmW which are superior to common two-color all-fluorescent or all-phosphor WOLEDs. © 2008 American Institute of Physics.
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Applied Physics Letters
American Institute of Physics
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Ho, C., Lin, M., Wong, W., Wong, W., & Chen, C. (2008). High-efficiency and color-stable white organic light-emitting devices based on sky blue electrofluorescence and orange electrophosphorescence. Applied Physics Letters, 92 (8), 083301-1-083301-3. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2883935