Molecular assembled self-doped polyaniline interlayer for application in polymer light-emitting diode

Chien-Hsin Yang, Yi-Kai Chih
Journal of Physical Chemistry. B 2006 October 5, 110 (39): 19412-7
Self-doped polyaniline (SPANI) ultrathin films were prepared by using a self-assembly process consisting of a self-doping monomer (o-aminobenzenesulfonic acid, SAN) and aniline (AN). SAN-AN copolymerization and film formation were simultaneously performed in aqueous solution. An immersing self-assembly method was developed to build up a SPANI nanofilm on an ITO glass, providing a hole injection layer in a double-layer electroluminescence (EL) device ITO/SPANI nanofilm//MEH-PV//Ca/Al. This device produces an orange EL as compared with a single-layer EL device of ITO//MEH-PV//Ca/Al. A double-layer device demonstrates that a SPANI film is capable of transporting holes in a polymer light-emitting diode (PLED).

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