Single-component white polymer light-emitting diode (WPLED) based on a binary tris-pyrazolonate-Sm-complex [post]

Jiaxiang Liu
2020 unpublished
Based on the doping of the binary tris-pyrazolate-Sm3þ complex [Sm(tba-PMP)3(5-Br-2,20-bpy)] (1; 5-Br-2,2′bpy ¼ 5-bromo2,20-bipyridine and Htba-PMP ¼ 1-phenyl-3-methyl-4-(tert-butylacetyl)-5-pyrazolone)) with an efficient orange-light into the PVK (poly(N-vinylcarbazole) host, the obtained PVK@1 films exhibit the dichromatic color-tuning (white-light to purplish-pink and to pink) characters strictly relative to the Sm3þdoping content and the λex wavelength. Further using the PVK@1 film (10:1;
more » ... PVK@1 film (10:1; wt/wt) with the straightforward white-light (ΦPL ¼ 5.8%) as the emitting layer, its single-component solution-processed WPLED gives the electroluminescent performance (LMax of 157 cd/m2, ηMax c of 0.65 cd/A and the white-light-emitting stability) satisfactory enough for portable full-color flat displays.
doi:10.31219/osf.io/gc7f8 fatcat:6xnjhw2y3zgdbfkvwleh7xq4ke