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Electron mobility determination of efficient phosphorescent iridium complexes with tetraphenylimidodiphosphinate ligand via transient electroluminescence method
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The electron mobility of Alq3 and iridium complexes was determined via transient electroluminescence(EL) method based on ITO (indium tin oxide)/di-[4-(N,N-ditolyl-amino)-phenyl]cyclohexane/complex/LiF/Al with short and rectangular driving voltage pulses. Apparent values of the electron mobility (μe ) in complexes have been investigated from their onset of EL upon different driving voltages. The result reveals that the μe , 4.31 × 10−6 cm2/V·s, of the efficient phosphorescent material Ir(tfmppy)2(tpip) [1, tfmppy = 4-trifluoromethylphenylpyridine, tpip = tetraphenylimido-diphosphinate] under electric field of 1300 (V/cm)1/2 is as high as that of Alq3, which indicates that the good device performances of 1 are partly due to its high electron mobility.
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