Journal of Applied Physics, May 15, 2011, Vol.109(10), p.103102-1-103102-6
Highly efficient small molecule organic light emitting diodes and organic solar cells is demonstrated based on the p-i-n-type structure by using the fluorinated fullerene molecule [C.sub.60][F.sub.36] as p-dopant in the hole transport layer. The low volatility and high thermal stability properties have made [C.sub.60][F.sub.36] very attractive for the usage as p-dopant in a broad spectrum of organic p-i-n devices like organic light emitting diodes, solar cells, memories or transistors.
Carbon Compounds -- Thermal Properties ; Fullerenes -- Thermal Properties ; Leds -- Analysis
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