Organic infrared upconversion device

  • Kim D
  • Song D
  • Chopra N
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Novel infrared-to-visible light upconversion devices are demonstrated by
fabricating an organic light-emitting diode with an infrared-sensitizing
layer. With a SnPc:C(60) mixed layer as an infrared absorber and
fac-tris(2-phenylpyridinato) iridium (III) (Irppy(3)) as an emitter, an
infrared-to-green up-conversion device is demonstrated under 830-nm
irradiation (see figure, ITO=indium tin oxide). The maximum
photon-to-photon conversion efficiency is 2.7% at 15V.

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