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Title Organic light-emitting diodes based on conjugation-induced thermally activated delayed fluorescence polymers: Interplay between intra- and intermolecular charge transfer states
Date 02.12.2019
Number 57228
Abstract In this work, interactions between different host materials and a blue TADF polymer named P1 are systematically investigated. In photoluminescence, the host can have substantial impact on the photoluminescence quantum yield (PLQY) and the intensity of delayed fluorescence (FDF), where more than three orders of magnitude difference of FDF in various hosts is observed, resulting from a polarity effect of the host material and energy transfer. Additionally, an intermolecular charge-transfer (CT) emission with pronounced TADF characteristics is observed between P1 and 2,4,6-tris[3-(diphenylphosphinyl)phenyl]-1,3,5-triazine (PO-T2T), with a singlet-triplet splitting of 7 meV. It is noted that the contribution of harvested triplets in monochrome organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) correlates with FDF. For devices based on intermolecular CT-emission, the harvested triplets contribute ~90% to the internal quantum efficiency. The results demonstrate the vital importance of host materials on improving the PLQY and sensitizing FDF of TADF polymers for efficient devices. Solution-processed polychrome OLEDs with a color close to a white emission are presented, with the emission of intramolecular (P1) and intermolecular TADF (PO-T2T:P1).
URL https://doi.org/10.3389/FCHEM.2019.00688
Publisher Frontiers in Chemistry
Identifier
Citation Frontiers in Chemistry 7 (2019) ID688
DOI https://doi.org/10.3389/FCHEM.2019.00688
Authors Li, Y. ; Wei, Q. ; Cao, L. ; Fries, F. ; Cucchi, M. ; Wu, Z.B. ; Scholz, R. ; Lenk, S. ; Voit, B. ; Ge, Z. ; Reineke, S.
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