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- History of OLED and TADF materials for OLEDs
2. Fundamental theories of TADF
3. Green Emitters
4. Blue Emitters
5. Red and NIR emitters
6. WOLEDs using TADF emitters
7. OLEDs using molecular TADF materials as host
8. TADF based on exciplexes
9. TADF materials for lasers
10. TADF materials for biosensing
Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (TADF-OLEDs) comprehensively introduces the history of TADF, along with a review of fundamental concepts. Then, TADF emitters with different colors, such as blue, green, red and NIR as well as white OLEDs are discussed in detail. Other sections cover exciplex-type TADF materials, emerging application of TADF emitters as a host in OLEDs, and applications of TADF materials in organic lasers and biosensing.
- Discusses green, blue, red, NIR and white TADF emitters and their design strategies for improved performance for light-emitting diode applications
- Addresses emerging materials, such as molecular and exciplex-based TADF materials
- Includes emerging applications like lasers and biosensors
Materials Scientists and Engineers in academia and R&D, chemists
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2021
- 1st May 2021
- Woodhead Publishing
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Lian Duan received his B.Sc. from the Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, China in 1998 and his Ph.D from the Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, in 2003. He is now with the Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University. His research interests focus on organic light‐emitting materials and devices. He proposed a new excitonic strategy to harvest triplet excitons by using materials with thermally activated delayed fluorescence as hosts for conventional fluorescent or phosphorescent dopants, leading to ideal OLEDs with low voltage, high efficiency, long lifetime and low efficiency roll‐off.
Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, China
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