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The charge-trapping and triplet-triplet annihilation processes in organic light-emitting diodes: A duty cycle dependence study on magneto-electroluminescence
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We studied the magneto-electroluminescence (MEL) in tri-(8-hydroxyquinoline)-aluminum (Alq3)-based organic light-emitting devices through both steady-state and transient methods. As the magnetic field increases, the MEL exhibits a rapid rise, followed by the saturation tendency at all voltages in the steady-state measurement, but in the transient measurement it first increases to a maximum and then decreases to negative values when the driving voltages are higher than 8V. Furthermore, we found that the MEL strongly depends on the duty cycle of the pulse voltage. Finally, by employing the triplet-triplet annihilation model combined with the charge trapping effects, we explained the duty cycle dependence of MELs.
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