We report an influence of abnormal mixing effect of host systems having undesirable energy level and transport level in the emission layer (EML). Rather, we focused on their device performance and stability (e.g. driving lifetime) when it was prepared by solution-process. The resultant green phosphorescent organic light emitting diodes (s-OLEDs) showed reasonable device performance and interesting photo-physical properties, which revealed that we can achieve good performance if an appropriate compromise between the factors which govern a charge transport and an energy transfer processes can be realized albeit the EML has undesirable host systems with both bad energy level matching (e.g., HOMO, LUMO levels) and charge transport properties. In this study, a high performance of the s-OLEDs by controlling photo-physical pathways such as exciton quenching process (e.g. triplet-triplet annihilation). Besides, such kind of change in photo-physical pathway may be optimized by controlling the charge balance (i.e. carrier transport behaviour) where we intentionally selected N- and P-type host materials (denote NH and PH, respectively) with abnormal HOMO and LUMO energy levels.
Organic Electronics – Elsevier
Published: Mar 1, 2018
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