About this Research Topic
Most recently, unity IQE has been readily achieved through noble metal-free purely organic emitters, such as thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) emitters, hybridized local and charge-transfer state (HLCT) “hot exciton” emitters, and neutral radical emitters, etc. In addition, the combination of conventional hole-transport and electron-transport materials in an appropriate device structure can also provide an uncommon efficiency. Both strategies are essential and attractive for high-performance and low-cost full-color displays and white OLED applications.
As such, this Research Topic will focus on this new generation of organic light-emitting materials and devices, including design, synthesis, and characterization of light-emitting low-mass organic molecules, oligomers, dendrimers, polymers, and their structural, electrical, and optical properties. Contributions relating to carrier transporting materials, host materials, new concept OLED materials, and high performance OLEDs with new organic materials are also encouraged.
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