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Journal of Photonics for Energy • Open Access

Recent progress in the use of fluorescent and phosphorescent organic compounds for organic light-emitting diode lighting
Author(s): Hyocheol Jeong; Hwangyu Shin; Jaehyun Lee; Beomjin Kim; Young-Il Park; Kyoung Soo Yook; Byeong-Kwan An; Jongwook Park

Paper Abstract

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) have attracted considerable attention in both academic and industrial circles. Certain properties of OLEDs make them especially attractive in the lighting market, including area emission characteristics not found in other existing light sources, environmentally friendly efficient use of energy, large area, ultra-light weight, and ultra-thin shape. Fluorescent and phosphorescent materials that are being applied to white OLEDs have been categorized, and the chemical structures and device performances of the important blue, orange, and red light-emitting materials have been summarized. Such a systematic classification and understanding of the materials that have already been reported can aid the development and study of new light-emitting materials through quantitative and qualitative approaches.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 May 2015
PDF: 23 pages
J. Photon. Energy. 5(1) 057608 doi: 10.1117/1.JPE.5.057608
Published in: Journal of Photonics for Energy Volume 5, Issue 1
Show Author Affiliations
Hyocheol Jeong, The Catholic Univ. of Korea (Republic of Korea)
Hwangyu Shin, The Catholic Univ. of Korea (Republic of Korea)
Jaehyun Lee, The Catholic Univ. of Korea (Korea, Republic of)
Beomjin Kim, The Catholic Univ. of Korea (Korea, Republic of)
Young-Il Park, Korea Research Institute Chemical Technology (Republic of Korea)
Kyoung Soo Yook, Sungkyunkwan Univ. (Korea, Republic of)
Byeong-Kwan An, The Catholic Univ. of Korea (Korea, Republic of)
Jongwook Park, The Catholic Univ. of Korea (Korea, Republic of)


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