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Mixed ligands 8-hydroxyquinoline aluminum complex with high electron mobility for organic light-emitting diodes
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A mixed ligands 8-hydroxyquinoline complex with improved electron mobility was designed for organic light-emitting diodes. The electron mobility in was determined via transient electroluminescence(EL) from bilayer devices with structure of indium tin oxide/4,-bis[-(1-naphthyl)--Phenyl amino]biphenyl/. It was found that the electron mobility in is between at electric fields ranging between and , which is higher than that in . The also shows a higher EL efficiency in steady-state EL studies, which is considered to be derived from (1) improved electron mobility, (2) high fluorescene efficiency, and (3) good film-forming.
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