Novel low-molar-mass glasses for photorefractive and electroluminescent applications

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Abstract

A number of organic glass forming starburst molecules have been synthesized and characterized with regard to their thermal and optical properties. Photorefractivity is observed and discussed within triphenylamine derivatives substituted with an NLO-chromophore. The tuning of glass forming properties in novel phenylquinoxaline glasses and their use as electron transport materials for OLEDs is presented.

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Hohle, C., Jandke, M., Schloter, S., Koch, N., Resel, R., Haarer, D., & Strohriegl, P. (1999). Novel low-molar-mass glasses for photorefractive and electroluminescent applications. Synthetic Metals, 102(1–3), 1535–1536. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0379-6779(98)00522-0

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