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A tetradentate Pd(II) complex, Pd3O3, which exhibits highly efficient excimer emission is synthesized and characterized. Pd3O3 can achieve blue emission despite using phenyl-pyridine emissive ligands which have been a mainstay

A tetradentate Pd(II) complex, Pd3O3, which exhibits highly efficient excimer emission is synthesized and characterized. Pd3O3 can achieve blue emission despite using phenyl-pyridine emissive ligands which have been a mainstay of stable green and red phosphorescent emitter designs, making Pd3O3 a good candidate for stable blue or white OLEDs. Pd3O3 exhibits strong and efficient phosphorescent excimer emission expanding the excimer based white OLEDs beyond the sole class of Pt complexes.

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    • 2017-09-11
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1039/C7SC02512B
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      2041-6520
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      2041-6539

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    Fleetham, T., Ji, Y., Huang, L., Fleetham, T. S., & Li, J. (2017). Efficient and stable single-doped white OLEDs using a palladium-based phosphorescent excimer. Chemical Science, 8(12), 7983-7990. doi:10.1039/c7sc02512b

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