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Why Do We Still Need a Stable Long Lifetime Deep Blue OLED Emitter?

Monkman, Andrew (2022) 'Why Do We Still Need a Stable Long Lifetime Deep Blue OLED Emitter?', ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 14 (18). pp. 20463-20467.


The need for a high efficiency deep blue organic emitter with narrow emission line width has never been so great. This is driven by the need to simplify the complex OLED stack for displays to enable larger substrate sizes to be used and greatly increase production yields. Here, the merits of using the hyperfluorescence scheme based around new multiresonance boron nitrogen molecules typified by DABNA type emitters are discussed and key requirements for suitable sensitizer hosts described, especially the photophysical requirements for optimal performance.

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Date accepted:22 June 2021
Date deposited:23 August 2021
Date of first online publication:07 July 2021
Date first made open access:23 August 2021

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