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A single emitting layer white OLED based on exciplex interface emission

Angioni, E. and Chapran, M. and Ivaniuk, K. and Kostiv, N. and Cherpak, V. and Stakhira, P. and Lazauskas, A. and Tamulevičius, S. and Volyniuk, D. and Findlay, N. and Tuttle, T. and Grazulevicius, J. V. and Skabara, P. J. (2016) A single emitting layer white OLED based on exciplex interface emission. Journal of Materials Chemistry. C, 4 (17). pp. 3851-3856. ISSN 2050-7526

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Abstract

A new triaryl molecule based on a benzene–benzothiadiazole–benzene core has been applied in a WOLED device. This very simple molecule emits from a combination of emissive states (exciton/electromer/exciplex/electroplex) to give white light with CIE coordinates of (0.38, 0.45) and a colour temperature of 4500 K.