Molecular Origin of Balanced Bipolar Transport in Neat Layers of the Emitter CzDBA
KAUST Grant NumberCRG
Online Publication Date2020-07-06
Print Publication Date2021-02
Embargo End Date2021-07-06
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AbstractRecently, an efficient single-layer organic light-emitting diode has been reported, consisting of a neat layer of the diboron-based thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitter 5,10-bis(4-(9H-carbazol-9-yl)-2,6-dimethylphenyl)-5,10-dihydroboranthrene, exhibiting remarkably balanced bipolar electron and hole transport. Here, the donor–acceptor–donor architecture of the molecule is linked to the transport characteristics of its neat amorphous films. It is found that energetic disorder is larger for holes than for electrons, explaining the experimentally observed difference in temperature activation of the mobility. Although a difference in energetic disorder would suggest unbalanced charge transport, it is demonstrated that it is partly counteracted by larger coupling elements for holes.
CitationLiu, W., Kotadiya, N. B., Blom, P. W. M., Wetzelaer, G. A. H., & Andrienko, D. (2020). Molecular Origin of Balanced Bipolar Transport in Neat Layers of the Emitter CzDBA. Advanced Materials Technologies, 2000120. doi:10.1002/admt.202000120
SponsorsThis project received funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 646176 (EXTMOS). D.A. thanks the BMBF grant InterPhase (FKZ 13N13661) and the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme “Widening materials models” under Grant Agreement No. 646259 (MOSTOPHOS). This research was supported by the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), via the Competitive Research Grants (CRG) Program. D.A. acknowledges KAUST for hosting his sabbatical.
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