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Highly Efficient OLEDs with Phosphorescent Materials

Hartmut Yersin (Editor)
ISBN: 978-3-527-62131-6
458 pages
June 2008
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This monograph on organic light emitting diodes, edited by a pioneer, and written by front-line researchers from academia and industry, provides access to the latest findings in this rapidly growing field. More than ten contributions cover all areas -- from theory and basic principles, to different emitter materials and applications in production.
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1 Triplet Emitters for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes: Basic Properties (Hartmut Yersin and Walter J. Finkenzeller)

2 Spin Correlations in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (Manfred J. Walter and John M. Lupton)

3 Cyclometallated Organoiridium Complexes as Emitters in Electrophosphorescent Devices (Peter I. Djurovich and Mark E. Thompson)

4 Highly Effi cient Red-Phosphorescent Iridium Complexes (Akira Tsuboyama, Shinjiro Okada, and Kazunori Ueno)

5 Pyridyl Azolate Based Luminescent Complexes: Strategic Design, Photophysics, and Applications (Yun Chi and Pi-Tai Chou)

6 Physical Processes in Polymer-Based Electrophosphorescent Devices (Xiao-Hui Yang, Frank Jaiser, and Dieter Neher)

7 Phosphorescent Platinum(II) Materials for OLED Applications (Hai-Feng Xiang, Siu-Wai Lai, P. T. Lai, and Chi-Ming Che)

8 Energy-Transfer Processes between Phosphorescent Guest and Fluorescent Host Molecules in Phosphorescent OLEDs (Isao Tanaka and Shizuo Tokito)

9 High-Effi ciency Phosphorescent Polymer LEDs (Addy van Dijken, Klemens Brunner, Herbert Börner, and Bea M.W. Langeveld)

10 Electroluminescence from Metal-Containing Polymers and Metal Complexes with Functional Ligands (Chris Shuk Kwan Mak, and Wai Kin Chan)

11 Molecular Engineering of Iridium Complexes and their Application in Organic Light Emitting Devices (Mohammad K. Nazeeruddin, Cedric Klein, Michael Grätzel, Libero Zuppiroli, and Detlef Berner)

12 Progress in Electroluminescence Based on Lanthanide Complexes (Zu-Qiang Bian and Chun-Hui Huang)
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Hartmut Yersin is Professor at the University in Regensburg, the city which also hosts the headquarter of OSRAM, one of the two leading illumination companies. Various research stays brought him in contact with leading workgroups in East and West. Now his research activities focus upon characterization of emitter materials, transition metal complexes, and theory and development of electroluminescent devices. His projects are awarded large fundings from the German Research Foundation, the Volkswagen Foundation as well as the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
His close relationships with various institutions have enabled him to recruit a set of pioneering researchers from both industry and universities to cover a broad spectrum of topics ranging from theory to application.
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This is an excellent book for physicists and chemists alike. (Platinum Metals Rev., 2008, 52, (3))
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