Organometallic Phosphorescent Material with Pyrene or Perylene-Based Cyclometalating Ligands or their Analogs and Electro Luminescent Devides Employing the Phosphorescent Materials

Jian Li (Inventor)

Research output: Patent


Researchers at Arizona State University have developed organic materials having strong phosphorescent emission in the near infrared region (i.e., from about 650 nm to about 2000 nm, or from about 650 nm to about 1000 nm) using organometallic complexes. These complexes offer high efficiency, wavelength-tunable phosphorescent emitters in the fabrication of near infrared phosphorescent organic light emitting devices (PhOLEDs) and/or as absorbers in organic solar cells. Potential Applications Night Vision Devices Military Security Bio-imaging Display Units (digital cameras, mp3 players, etc) Auto IndustryBenefits and Advantages High Device Efficiency Wavelength Tunable IR emission for the first time Improved Lifetime (Stability) Easy to SynthesizeDownload original PDF
Original languageEnglish (US)
Publication statusPublished - Sep 8 2006


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