High Efficiency Blue Organic Light Emitting Devices doped by BCzVBi in Hole and Electron Transport Layer Academic Article uri icon

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  • ABSTRACTThe electroluminescent characteristics of blue organic light-emitting diodes(BOLEDs) were fabricated with single emitting layer using host-dopant system and doped charge carrier transport layers. The structure of the high efficiency BOLED device was; NPB(600Å)/NPB:BCzVBi-7%(100Å)/ADN:BCzVBi-7%(300Å)/BAlq:BCzVBi-7%(100Å)/BAlq(200Å)/Liq(20Å)/Al(1200Å) to optimize probability of exciton generation by doping BCzVBi in emitting layer and hole/electron transport layers(HTL/ETL) as well. Luminance and luminous efficiency of BOLED doped BCzVBi in EML and HTL/ETL improved from 10090 cd/m2 at 9.5V and 6.44 cd/A at 4.0V to 13190 cd/m2 at 9.5V and 7.64 cd/A at 4.0V about 30% and 18%, respectively, with CIE coordinates of (0.14, 0.17) comparing to BOLED doped BCzVBi in EML only


  • Kim, Nam Ho
  • Kim, You-Hyun
  • Yoon, Ju-An
  • Lee, Sang Youn
  • Yu, Hyeong Hwa
  • Turak, Ayse
  • Kim, Woo Young

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  • 2013