An ambipolar BODIPY derivative for a white exciplex OLED and cholesteric liquid crystal laser towards multi-functional devices

  • Marian Chapran (Contributor)
  • Enrico Angioni (Creator)
  • Neil Findlay (Contributor)
  • Benjamin breig (Contributor)
  • Vladyslav Cherpak (Contributor)
  • Pavlo Stakhira (Contributor)
  • Christopher Tuttle (Contributor)
  • Dmytro Volyniuk (Contributor)
  • Juozas Grazulevicius (Contributor)
  • Yuriy Nastishin (Contributor)
  • Oleg Lavrentovich (Contributor)
  • Peter Skabara (Contributor)

Dataset

Description

The new ambipolar red emissive compound bTh-BODIPY was synthesized and the optical, photophysical and electrochemical properties were studied. A new interface engineering method for the preparation of an efficient white OLED by embedding an ultra-thin layer of bThBODIPY in the exciplex formation region (between layers of PPT and m-MTDATA) was developed. The bThBODIPY material was further employed as a ChLC laser dye.

The dataset consists of three folders and one of the graphical abstract. One folder contains the data of the emissive material bThBODIPY. This contains sub-folders with the raw data files of NMR, MALDI, EA, DFT, CV, ABSORPTION, EMISSION, TGA, MOBILITY, IONISATION POTENTIAL and DECAY FLUORESCENCE. The second folder contains the data of the OLED devices, including the emission profiles and the characteristics of the devices. The last folder contain the data of the Laser devices.

A six month embargo has been applied to access to this dataset
Date made available18 Oct 2016
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde

Cite this

Chapran, M. (Contributor), Angioni, E. (Creator), Findlay, N. (Contributor), breig, B. (Contributor), Cherpak, V. (Contributor), Stakhira, P. (Contributor), Tuttle, C. (Contributor), Volyniuk, D. (Contributor), Grazulevicius, J. (Contributor), Nastishin, Y. (Contributor), Lavrentovich, O. (Contributor), Skabara, P. (Contributor). (18 Oct 2016). An ambipolar BODIPY derivative for a white exciplex OLED and cholesteric liquid crystal laser towards multi-functional devices. University of Strathclyde. bThBODIPY_Pure_data(.zip), graphic_abstract4(.png). 10.15129/dd4e4a3b-71a9-4cd2-a640-61b8ab54eead