Bioinspired hole-conducting polymers for application in organic light-emitting diodes

Chih Chia Cheng, Yu Lin Chu, Pei Hsiu Huang, Ying Chieh Yen, Chih Wei Chu, Arnold C.M. Yang, Fu-Hsiang Ko, Jem Kun Chen, Feng Chih Chang*

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Abstract

A novel uracil-functionalized poly(3-thiophene) as a hole-injecting/ transporting layer in an organic light-emitting device is able to form physical crosslinkages resulting in high thermal stability, non-corrosion, excellent hole injection/transport and electron-blocking capabilities in the solid state, and it achieves up to 10 times higher performance than that of conventional poly(3-thiophene)s under similar experimental conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)18127-18131
Number of pages5
JournalJournal of Materials Chemistry
Volume22
Issue number35
DOIs
StatePublished - 21 Sep 2012

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    Cheng, C. C., Chu, Y. L., Huang, P. H., Yen, Y. C., Chu, C. W., Yang, A. C. M., Ko, F-H., Chen, J. K., & Chang, F. C. (2012). Bioinspired hole-conducting polymers for application in organic light-emitting diodes. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22(35), 18127-18131. https://doi.org/10.1039/c2jm32665e