Red Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells Employing Pyridazine-Bridged Cationic Diiridium Complexes
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Red Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells Employing Pyridazine-Bridged Cationic Diiridium Complexes

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La Placa, Maria-Grazia; Igual-Muñoz, Ana M.; Romero Pascual, Jorge; Daniels, Ruth E.; Kozhevnikov, Valery N.; Sessolo, Michele; Bolink, Henk Perfil
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A rigid dinuclear Ir(III) complex showing high photoluminescence quantum yield in pure films was successfully used to fabricate light-emitting electrochemical cells with and without ionic liquid additives. The devices showed nearly instantaneous electroluminescence after biasing and maximum quantum yield approaching 1%. The lifetime of the devices was found to be limited to approximately 20 hours, which we correlated with the irreversible oxidation of the complex as seen from electrochemical measurements. This work validates the use of highly luminescent dinuclear iridium complexes in light-emitting electrochemical cells. Future studies will pursue materials with more efficient photoluminescence as well as improved electrochemical stability.

    La Placa, Maria-Grazia Igual-Muñoz, Ana M. Romero Pascual, Jorge Daniels, Ruth E. Kozhevnikov, Valery N. Sessolo, Michele Bolink, Henk 2019 Red Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells Employing Pyridazine-Bridged Cationic Diiridium Complexes Ecs Journal Of Solid State Science And Technology 8 6 84 87
https://doi.org/10.1149/2.0161906jss

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