Photo and electroluminescence of a platinum porphyrin doping of complexes with two metal cores
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In this paper, four new complexes with two metal cores [2Sm, 2Sn, 2Zn and 2Pb] were prepared and utilized as host material in in the electroluminescence (EL) devices. Devices with two metal cores and with the structure of ITO/PEDOT: PSS (60 nm)/PVK (55 nm)/[2Sm, 2Sn, 2Zn and 2Pb]: %8 [2,5PtTPP] (45 nm)/Al (200 nm) were fabricated, A blue–green photoluminescence (PL) emission with a blue shift compared to the 2,5PtTPP was observed. 2,5PtTPP doped in 2Sm and 2Sn showed more pure red color compared to 2Zn and 2Pb based devices. We believe that energy transfer occurring at 2,5PtTPP/[2Sm, 2Sn] molecules is responsible for the red color in the EL of the device. The electronic effect of two metal cores of complexes influenced the maximum current density, brightness, and luminous efficiency of the devices. Finally, we have demonstrated the samarium complex of 8-hydroxyquinoline is a promising host material for red OLEDs with high efficiency and has a simple device structure.
KeywordsPorphyrin High Occupied Molecular Orbital Lower Unoccupied Molecular Orbital Soret Band Metal Core
Authors would like to thank Urmia University of Technology and Shahid Beheshti University for its support.
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