Highly Efficient Blue Electrophosphorescent Polymers with Fluorinated Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide) as Backbone
2016-02-20T11:16:53Z (GMT) by
In view of the tolerance of F atoms in FIrpic to the nucleophilic aromatic substitution polymerization, an activated fluorinated poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide) backbone is used to construct novel blue electrophosphorescent polymers containing FIrpic as the blue emitter, because they can be synthesized under a milder temperature of 120 °C. Compared with the counterparts prepared at high temperature (165 °C), unexpected bathochromic shift is successfully avoided, and a state-of-art luminous efficiency as high as 19.4 cd A–1 is achieved. The efficiency is comparable to the corresponding physical blend system, which indicates that the fluorinated poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide) has the potential to be used as the platform for the development of high-performance all-phosphorescent white polymer based on single polymer system.
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