Additional OLED Materials Added to Our Collection (including blue emitters and electron transport materials)
Posted on 06 Jun 14:35
Featured this week are more new molecular materials for use in organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), including a number of blue emitters and electron transport materials (ETM), that are available to buy now. New products are continually being added to the catalogue, so make sure to keep a look out.
You can also check out our brand new monomers catalogue for other available materials.
Order Code: M732
8-Hydroxyquinolinolato lithium, also known as Liq, when coupled with aluminium (Al) is widely used as electron-injection layer (EIL) materials in organic electronic devices. Liq/Al has also been commonly known to be an effective cathode system towards general electron transport layer materials.
View the product page for 8-Hydroxyquinolinolato-lithium.
|Molecular weight||151.09 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.58 eV, LUMO = 3.15 eV
Bebq2 - sublimed
Order Code: M741
Bis(10-hydroxybenzo[h]quinolinato)beryllium, also known as Bebq2, is related to Beqq2 in the Beryllium complex family. It is a blue fluorescence emitter with very efficient charge transport ability. The most efficient use of Bebq2 is not as an emitting layer material or a host material (although it is a commonly used host material), but as an electron-transport material.
View the product page for Bebq2.
|Molecular weight||397.43 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.5 eV, LUMO = 2.8 eV
Bepp2 - sublimed
Order Code: M691
Bis[2-(2-hydroxyphenyl)-pyridine] beryllium, also known as Bepp2, is part of the beryllium complex family. It is a blue fluorescence emitter with very efficient charge transport ability. Due to its high electron mobility and high triplet energy level, Bepp2 has been used as electron transporting and hole/exciton blocking layer materials in OLEDs.
View the product page for Bepp2.
|Molecular weight||349.39 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.7 eV, LUMO = 2.6 eV
Order Code: M431
4,4 -bis(2,2 -diphenylvinyl)-1,1-diphenyl, which is abbreviated to DPVBi, is a wide bandgap small-molecule semiconducting material that is widely used as a blue-host emitting material in OLEDs.
View the product page for dPVBi.
|Molecular weight||510.67 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.9 eV, LUMO = 2.8 eV
Order Code: M421
Bis(8-hydroxy-2-methylquinoline)-(4-phenylphenoxy)aluminum, which is also known as BAlq or BAlq3, is commonly used as a blue-emitting layer material in OLEDs. Additionally, it is also used as a hole-blocking layer or as a “barrier-softening” interfacial layer in between the electron-transporting and emissive layers.
View the product page for BALq.
|Molecular weight||512.53 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.9 eV, LUMO = 2.9 eV
Order Code: M801
View the product page for Ir(dmpq)2(acac).
|Molecular weight||755.94 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.31 eV, LUMO = 3.26 eV
Order Code: M791
1,4,5,8,9,11-Hexaazatriphenylenehexacarbonitrile, which is abbreviated to HATCN, is one of the members of the 1,4,5,8,9,12-hexaazatriphenylene (HAT) family, which have a electron-deficient, rigid, planar, aromatic discotic systems with excellent π–π stacking ability. As a result, HAT-CN has applications in OLEDs, as either the hole-injection layer (HIL) or charge generation layer (CGL) material.
View the product page for HATCN.
|Molecular weight||384.27 g/mol|
HOMO 7.5 eV, LUMO 4.4 eV
Order Code: M811
1,1-Bis[(di-4-tolylamino)phenyl]cyclohexane, also known as TAPC, has been commonly used as a hole transport material in OLEDs due to its high hole mobility. TAPC has a higher ET (2.87 eV) than typical blue phosphorescent guest materials, therefore it can be used as both hole transport layer material and as host for blue phosphorescent such as FIrpic guest molecules. This results in reducing the number of organic layers and leads to simplified OLED structures.
View the product page for TAPC.
|Molecular weight||626.87 g/mol|
HOMO = 5.5 eV, LUMO = 2.0 eV