Small-molecule light-emitting electrochemical cells: Evidence for in situ electrochemical doping and functional operation

  • Tang S
  • Tan W
  • Zhu X
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We demonstrate that non-ionic small molecules (SMs) can function as the doping and emissive compound in light-emitting electrochemical cells (LECs), and that high brightness and decent efficiency can be attained for such devices. It is plausible that the expansion of the LEC library, to include easy-to-purify and tunable non-ionic SM compounds, could represent a viable path towards improved LEC devices.

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  • Xu-Hui ZhuSouth China University of Technology

  • Shi Tang

  • Wan Yi Tan

  • Ludvig Edman

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