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DPEPO, one of the most popular materials used to host blue TADF-based OLEDs
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DPEPO, with steric ortho-substituted diphenylphosphine oxide (DPPO) groups, is one of the most popular large band-gap materials used to host blue TADF-based OLEDs.
This substitution with electron-withdrawing DPPO moieties not only improves its thermal and morphological stability, but also makes DPEPO an electron-transport layer material. Because of its deep HOMO energy level, DPEPO also acts as a hole-blocking layer material in TADF-OLED devices.
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