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Blocking the Energy Loss of Dexter Energy Transfer in Hyperfluorescence OLEDs Via One‐Step Phenyl‐Fluorene Substitution of TADF Assistant Host

Blocking the Energy Loss of Dexter Energy Transfer in Hyperfluorescence OLEDs Via One‐Step... Generally, the charge transfer character of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) materials results in a long excitonic lifetime and broad‐band emission. With the combination of unity exciton utilization of TADF material and high radiative rate and narrow‐band emission of conventional fluorescence (CF) dopant, hyperfluorescence organic light‐emitting diodes (HF‐OLEDs) attract extensive attention in industry and academia recently. Till now, Dexter energy transfer (DET) from the triplet state of TADF assistant host to the dark triplet state of CF guest is the top‐drawer energy loss issue root in HF‐OLEDs. Herein, the energy loss of DET is blocked through one‐step substitution of TADF assistant host by electronically inert phenyl‐fluorene terminal for the first time. The blocking effect on DET process in HF‐OLEDs is investigated by means of photophysical characterization, theoretical calculation, device fabrication, and Monte Carlo simulation. The maximum external quantum efficiency of 18.1% with Commission Internationale de L'Eclairage coordinates of (0.61, 0.38) is achieved, which is on par with the state‐of‐the‐art efficiency for red HF‐OLEDs. This work presents a feasible design strategy for TADF assistant host aimed at achieving highly efficient HF‐OLEDs with narrow‐band emission. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Optical Materials Wiley

Blocking the Energy Loss of Dexter Energy Transfer in Hyperfluorescence OLEDs Via One‐Step Phenyl‐Fluorene Substitution of TADF Assistant Host

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Wiley
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2195-1071
DOI
10.1002/adom.202200665
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Abstract

Generally, the charge transfer character of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) materials results in a long excitonic lifetime and broad‐band emission. With the combination of unity exciton utilization of TADF material and high radiative rate and narrow‐band emission of conventional fluorescence (CF) dopant, hyperfluorescence organic light‐emitting diodes (HF‐OLEDs) attract extensive attention in industry and academia recently. Till now, Dexter energy transfer (DET) from the triplet state of TADF assistant host to the dark triplet state of CF guest is the top‐drawer energy loss issue root in HF‐OLEDs. Herein, the energy loss of DET is blocked through one‐step substitution of TADF assistant host by electronically inert phenyl‐fluorene terminal for the first time. The blocking effect on DET process in HF‐OLEDs is investigated by means of photophysical characterization, theoretical calculation, device fabrication, and Monte Carlo simulation. The maximum external quantum efficiency of 18.1% with Commission Internationale de L'Eclairage coordinates of (0.61, 0.38) is achieved, which is on par with the state‐of‐the‐art efficiency for red HF‐OLEDs. This work presents a feasible design strategy for TADF assistant host aimed at achieving highly efficient HF‐OLEDs with narrow‐band emission.

Journal

Advanced Optical MaterialsWiley

Published: Sep 1, 2022

Keywords: Dexter energy transfer; hyperfluorescence; organic light‐emitting diodes; red emitters; thermally activated delayed fluorescence

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