New π-conjugated electroluminescent polymers containing organoiridium quinolinolate complexes in the backbone and light diodes formed on their basis View Full Text


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DATE

2014-03

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M. L. Keshtov, D. V. Marochkin, S. A. Kuklin, E. I. Mal’tsev, D. A. Lypenko, A. A. Koridze, A. R. Khokhlov

ABSTRACT

New conjugated copolyfluorenes containing covalently bound quinolinolate complexes of iridium in the backbone are synthesized under conditions of the Yamamoto reaction. The structures and properties of the polymers are characterized via NMR spectroscopy, GPC, TMA, and TGA. All copolymers show solubility in common organic solvents and feature good thermal and thermo-oxidative properties. The absorption, luminescence, and electrochemical properties of the polymers are investigated. In thin films, the polymers emit blue light with wavelengths in the range 450–470 nm. The electroluminescence spectra of the copolymers show broad intense bands in the visible region with maxima at 500–525 nm corresponding to various emission colors with the chromaticity coordinates (0.361, 0.437) and (0.247, 0.411). The synthesized iridium-containing copolyfluorenes may be used as electron-hole transport materials in light-emitting diodes. More... »

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198-206

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