2-Bromotriphenylene, also known as 2-bromobenzo[9,10]phenanthrene, is an OLED intermediate for the synthesis of hole transport layer (HTL) materials or host materials. It is electron rich and has a planar structure in electroluminescence devices.
2-Bromotriphenylene can also be used as an intermediate to be embedded as a fluorescent probe for sensors and biomedical applications.
|Molecular weight||307.19 g/mol|
|Classification / Family||Benzo[9,10]phenanthrene derivatives, building blocks, OLED intermediates.|
|Melting point||134.0 °C|
|Appearance||White to off-white powder|
Literature and Reviews
- π–π stacking: a strategy to improve the electron mobilities of bipolar hosts for TADF and phosphorescent devices with low efficiency roll-off, M. Cai et al, J. Mater. Chem. C, 5, 3372-3381 (2017); DOI: 10.1039/C7TC00733G.
- Triphenylene containing host materials with high thermal stability for green phosphorescent organic light emitting diode, N. Lee et al., Dyes Pigm., 101, 221-228 (2014); DOI: 10.1016/j.dyepig.2013.09.046.
- Novel fluorescent liquid crystals: synthesis, mesomorphism and fluorescence of triphenylene-Bodipy derivatives based on 1,3,5-triazine core, H. Feng et al., Liq. Cryst., 45, 1470-1476 (2018); DOI: 10.1080/02678292.2018.1446554.
- Phenanthrene and triphenylene as fluorescence probes for micellar systems, K. Nakashima et al., Langmuir, 9, 1, 90–95 (1993); DOI 10.1021/la00025a021.
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