Multilayered graphene used as anode of organic light emitting devices

Sun, T.; Wang, Z. L.; Shi, Z. J.; Ran, G. Z.; Xu, W. J.; Wang, Z. Y.; Li, Y. Z.; Dai, L.; Qin, G. G.
March 2010
Applied Physics Letters;3/29/2010, Vol. 96 Issue 13, p133301
Academic Journal
In this report, we find multilayered graphene, which has good transparency, conductivity and suitable work function, can be used as the anode for the organic light emitting device. Our device structure is Al/glass/multilayered graphene/V2O5/NPB/CBP:(ppy)2Ir(acac)/Bphen/Bphen:Cs2CO3/Sm/Au. The maximum luminance efficiency and maximum power efficiency reach 0.75 cd/A and 0.38 lm/W, respectively. We believe that by optimizing the hole density and uniforming the thickness of the multilayered graphene anode, the device efficiency can be remarkably increased in the future.


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