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Phosphorescent PtAu2 Complexes with Differently Positioned Carbazole-Acetylide Ligands for Solution-Processed Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with External Quantum Efficiencies of over 20

Liang-Jin Xu, Xian-Chong Zeng, Jin-Yun Wang, Li-Yi Zhang, Yun Chi, Zhong-Ning Chen
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2016 August 10, 8 (31): 20251-7
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The utilization of phosphorescent metal cluster complexes as new types of emitting materials in organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is becoming an alternative and viable approach for achieving high-efficiency electroluminescence. We report herein the design of cationic PtAu2 cluster complexes with differently positioned 9-phenylcarbazole-acetylides to serve as phosphorescent emitters in OLEDs. The rigid structures of PtAu2 complexes cause intense phosphorescence with quantum yields of over 85%, which originates from (3)[π(phenylcarbazole-acetylide) → π*(dpmp)] ligand-to-ligand and (3)[π(phenylcarbazole-acetylide) → p/s(PtAu2)] ligand-to-metal charge-transfer triplet excited states. When 8 wt % PtAu2 is doped to blended host materials of TCTA and OXD-7 (2:1 weight ratio) as light-emitting layers, solution-processed OLEDs give a current efficiency of 78.2 cd A(-1) and an external quantum efficiency (EQE) of 21.5% at a practical luminance of 1029 cd m(-2) with a slow efficiency roll-off upon increasing luminance. This represents the best device performance and the highest efficiency recorded at practical luminance for solution-processed OLEDs.

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