High Efficiency Organic Light-Emitting Diode Based on UV Stable Terbium Aromatic Carboxylates

The development of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) based on lanthanide aromatic carboxylates has been limited due to their low solubility and volatility. In this paper we show the possibility to produce solutionprocessable lanthanide aromatic carboxylate based OLED using the new MLCFD-method (mixed-ligand complexes formation-decomposition), which was reported by us earlier [1]. The devices, based on terbium aromatic carboxylates, were fabricated and their structure were optimized.

Link: http://sid.elis.ugent.be/proceedings/S1-4.pdf

Authors: Kalyakina A.S., Sokolova E.Yu, Vaschenko A.A., Lepnev L.S., Utochnikova V.V., Kuzmina N.P.

Magazine: Proceedings to the SID Mid-Europe Chapter Spring Meeting

Publication year: 2013

High Efficiency Organic Light-Emitting Diode Based on UV Stable Terbium Aromatic Carboxylates