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Degradation induced decrease of the radiative quantum efficiency in organic light-emitting diodes
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The efficiency decrease during electrical operation of organic light-emitting diodes is a crucial issue for both applied and fundamental research. In order to investigate degradation processes, we have performed an efficiency analysis for phosphorescent state-of-the-art devices in the pristine state and after an accelerated aging process at high current density resulting in a luminance drop to less than 60% of the initial value. This loss in efficiency can be explained by a decrease of the radiative quantum efficiency of the light-emitting guest/host system from 70% to 40%, while other factors determining the efficiency are not affected.
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