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Highly efficient orange-red phosphorescent organic light-emitting diode using 2,7-bis(carbazo-9-yl)-9,9-ditolyfluorene as the host
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We demonstrate an efficient orange-red organic light-emitting diode using a host, 2,7-bis(carbazo-9-yl)-9,9-ditolyfluorene, doped with tris(2-phenylquinoline) iridium(III). The device exhibits a high current efficiency of 44.8 cd/A at . This may be attributed to the adoption of the host, which favors the injection of holes, as well as the emissive-layer architecture enabling excitons to form on host and hence favoring efficient energy-transfer from host to guest. Moreover, an electron-confining layer is used to modulate excessive holes to be injected into emissive layer and confine the electrons, which would in turn balance the injection of both carriers and improve efficiency.
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