OLED material has ten times carrier mobility

Bush, Steve
June 2006
Electronics Weekly;6/7/2006, Issue 2244, p7
Trade Publication
The article informs that Great Britain-based OLED-T has developed a material which has 10 times the carrier mobility and three times the lifetime of existing electron transport layers used in organic light emitting diode (OLED). As per the company, the material, known as E264, is a drop-in alternative to aluminum quinolate, which was developed by Kodak. According to Professor Poopathy Kathirgamanathan, CTO of OLED-T, it reduces operating voltage and gives a more saturated color. E264 is being made in kilogram quantities for OLED-T by an undisclosed European chemical company, and further refined at the company's R&D lab on the Brunel Science Park.


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