From deep blue to green emitting and ultralong fluorescent copper(i) halide complexes containing dimethylthiophene diphosphine and PPh ligands.

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Summary of "From deep blue to green emitting and ultralong fluorescent copper(i) halide complexes containing dimethylthiophene diphosphine and PPh ligands."

Highly emissive copper(i) halide complexes having thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) have been paid much attention. Here, a series of four-coordinate mononuclear copper(i) halide complexes containing both bi- and mono-phosphine ligands, [CuX(dpmt)(PPh3)] (dpmt = 3,4-bis(diphenylphosphino)-2,5-dimethylthiophene, X = I (1), Br (2) and Cl (3)), were synthesized, and their molecular structures and photophysical properties were investigated. These complexes exhibit intense deep blue emission in crystal state at room temperature and have peak wavelengths at 447-460 nm with microsecond lifetimes (τ = 114-752 μs). Emission color can be largely tuned from deep blue to green, from crystal to film state at 293 K. The emission of the complexes 1-3 mainly originates from intraligand and LLCT transitions. Solution-processed, nondoped and doped devices of complex 3 exhibit yellowish green emission with CIE(x, y) of (0.3557, 0.5031). The nondoped device gives a maximum external quantum efficiency (EQE) of 2.47% and a maximum luminance of 316 cd m-2.


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Name: Dalton transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003)
ISSN: 1477-9234


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