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NTHU Researchers Developed A Di-boron TADF Emitter That Maintains Its Efficiency At High Brightness
Mar 22, 2018

Researchers from Taiwan's National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) developed a new TADF OLED emitter material that maintains its high efficiency at high luminance. The researchers say that this new material is the world's most efficient TADF emitter at high brightness.


The new material is made from two diboron-based molecules, CzDBA and tBuCzDBA. These donor–acceptor–donor (D–A–D) type and rod-like compounds concurrently generate TADF with a photoluminescence quantum yield of ~100% and an 84% horizontal dipole ratio in the thin film. The researchers synthesize a green TADF emitter that achieve a high external quantum efficiency of about 37.8% with an efficiency roll-off of only 0.3% at 1,000 cd/m2.

This research was published at Nature Photonics, and the researchers say that the review committee was "quite amazed" at these results. The researchers are apparently already in talks with OLED developers to commercialize this technology.

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