TITLE

High efficiency electroluminescence devices using a series of Ir(III)-tetrazolate phosphors: Mechanisms for the drive current evolution of quantum yield

AUTHOR(S)
Cocchi, Massimo; Kalinowski, Jan; Stagni, Stefano; Muzzioli, Sara
PUB. DATE
February 2009
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;2/23/2009, Vol. 94 Issue 8, p083306
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We demonstrate high-brightness and high-efficiency blue-green to yellow-green electrophosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes employing a series of organic Ir complexes [Ir-(C∧N)2(N∧N)]. Three different complexes have been synthesized showing high photoluminescence solid blend efficiencies up to 44%. A low current density increase of the electroluminescence (EL) external quantum efficiency (φEL(ext)) is observed and a maximum of φEL(ext)=10.6%±0.8% photon/e and power efficiency η=27±2 lm/W are achieved at a current density of j=0.01 mA/cm2. We examine various electronic processes that underlie a nonmonotonous current density dependence of the EL quantum efficiency of electrophosphorescent light-emitting diodes. The shape of φEL(ext) versus j is shown to reflect a trade off between electron-hole encounter and charge carrier transit times, electric field effect on electron-hole pair dissociation time, and current driven triplet molecular exciton lifetime.
ACCESSION #
43230296

 

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