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Management of Locally Excited States for Purine-based TADF Emitters: A Method to Reduce Device Efficiency Roll-Off

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posted on 07.05.2021, 12:35 authored by Yangbo Wu, Yuming Zhang, Chunhao Ran, Jingbo Lan, Zhengyang Bin, Jingsong You
The programmed arylation of purine has been developed to construct a series of efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescent (TADF) materials. The corresponding organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) exhibit external quantum efficiency as high as 16.0% alongside small efficiency roll-off. Intriguingly, this work proves that the good management of localized states is an efficient way to reduce device efficiency roll-off and is crucial for the future design of high-performance OLEDs.

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