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Inkjet printing of organic light-emitting diodes based on alcohol-soluble polyfluorenes A. V. Odod, R. M. Gadirov, T. A. Solodova [et.al.]

Contributor(s): Odod, A. V | Solodova, Tatyana A | Kurtsevich, A. E | Ilgach, D. M | Yakimanskii, A. V | Burtman, Vladimir | Kopylova, Tatyana N | Gadirov, Ruslan MMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): струйная печать | органические светоизлучающие диоды | полифлуорены | поверхностное натяжение | электролюминесценция | вязкостьGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Russian physics journal Vol. 60, № 12. P. 2236-2240Abstract: Ink compositions for inkjet printing based on poly(9.9-dioctylfluorene) and its alcohol-soluble analog are created. Current–voltage, brightness–voltage, and spectral characteristics are compared for one- and twolayer polymer structures of organic light-emitting diodes. It is shown that the efficiency of the alcohol-soluble polyfluorene analog is higher compared to poly(9.9-dioctylfluorene), and the possibility of viscosity optimization is higher compared to aromatic chlorinated solvents.
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Ink compositions for inkjet printing based on poly(9.9-dioctylfluorene) and its alcohol-soluble analog are created. Current–voltage, brightness–voltage, and spectral characteristics are compared for one- and twolayer polymer structures of organic light-emitting diodes. It is shown that the efficiency of the alcohol-soluble polyfluorene analog is higher compared to poly(9.9-dioctylfluorene), and the possibility of viscosity optimization is higher compared to aromatic chlorinated solvents.

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