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Mark E Thompson, Peter Djurovich, Sergey Lamansky, Stephen R Forrest, Marc A Baldo, Paul E Burrows: Organometallic complexes as phosphorescent emitters in organic LEDs. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, December 14, 2004: US06830828 (164 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting devices are described wherein the emissive layer comprises a host material containing an emissive molecule, which molecule is adapted to luminesce when a voltage is applied across the heterostructure, and the emissive molecule is selected from the group of phosphorescent organ ...


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Sergey Lamansky, Mark E Thompson, Vadim Adamovich, Peter I Djurovich, Chihaya Adachi, Marc A Baldo, Stephen R Forrest, Raymond Kwong: Organometallic compounds and emission-shifting organic electrophosphorescence. Universal Display Corporation, The University of Southern California, The Trustees of Princeton University, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 6, 2005: US06939624 (98 worldwide citation)

Emissive phosphorescent organometallic compounds are described that produce improved electroluminescence, particularly in the blue region of the visible spectrum. Organic light emitting devices employing such emissive phosphorescent organometallic compounds are also described. Also described is an o ...


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Mark E Thompson, Peter Djurovic, Sergey Lamansky, Drew Murphy, Raymond Kwong, Feras Abdel Razzaq, Stephen R Forrest, Marc A Baldo, Paul E Burrows: Organometallic complexes as phosphorescent emitters in organic LEDs. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 21, 2006: US07001536 (86 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting devices are described wherein the emissive layer comprises a host material containing an emissive molecule, which molecule is adapted to luminesce when a voltage is applied across the heterostructure, and the emissive molecule is selected from the group of phosphorescent organ ...


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Mark E Thompson, Peter Djurovic, Sergey Lamansky, Drew Murphy, Raymond Kwong, Feras Abdel Razzaq, Stephen R Forrest, Marc A Baldo, Paul E Burrows: Organometallic complexes as phosphorescent emitters in organic LEDs. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 7, 2005: US06902830 (85 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting devices are described wherein the emissive layer comprises a host material containing an emissive molecule, which molecule is adapted to luminesce when a voltage is applied across the heterostructure, and the emissive molecule is selected from the group of phosphorescent organ ...


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Sergey Lamansky, Mark E Thompson: Organometallic platinum complexes for phosphorescence based organic light emitting devices. The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 28, 2005: US06911271 (76 worldwide citation)

A device for producing electroluminescence comprising an organic light emitting device including an emissive layer comprising an organometallic compound comprised of a metal bound to a single carbon-coordination ligand, with the single carbon-coordination ligand being a mono-anionic carbon-coordinat ...


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Sergey Lamansky, Mark E Thompson, Vadim Adamovich, Peter I Djurovich, Chihaya Adachi, Marc A Baldo, Stephen R Forrest, Raymond Kwong: Organometallic compounds and emission-shifting organic electrophosphorescence. The University of Southern California, The Trustees of Princeton University, Universal Display Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 3, 2008: US07381479 (64 worldwide citation)

Emissive phosphorescent organometallic compounds are described that produce improved electroluminescence, particularly in the blue region of the visible spectrum. Organic light emitting devices employing such emissive phosphorescent organometallic compounds are also described. Also described is an o ...


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Mark E Thompson, Peter Djurovic, Sergey Lamansky, Drew Murphy, Raymond Kwong, Feras Abdel Razzaq, Stephen R Forrest, Marc A Baldo, Paul E Burrows: Organometallic complexes as phosphorescent emitters in organic LEDS. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, November 6, 2007: US07291406 (54 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting devices are described wherein the emissive layer comprises a host material containing an emissive molecule, which molecule is adapted to luminesce when a voltage is applied across the heterostructure, and the emissive molecule is selected from the group of phosphorescent organ ...


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Sergey Lamansky, Mark E Thompson, Vadim Adamovich, Peter I Djurovich, Chihaya Adachi, Marc A Baldo, Stephen R Forrest, Raymond Kwong: Organometallic compounds and emission-shifting organic electrophosphorescence. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Universal Display Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 30, 2009: US07553560 (51 worldwide citation)

Emissive phosphorescent organometallic compounds are described that produce improved electroluminescence, particularly in the blue region of the visible spectrum. Organic light emitting devices employing such emissive phosphorescent organometallic compounds are also described. Also described is an o ...


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Mark E Thompson, Peter Djurovic, Sergey Lamansky, Drew Murphy, Raymond Kwong, Feras Abdel Razzaq, Stephen R Forrest, Marc A Baldo, Paul E Burrows: Organometallic complexes as phosphorescent emitters in organic leds. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, May 26, 2009: US07537844 (43 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting devices are described wherein the emissive layer comprises a host material containing an emissive molecule, which molecule is adapted to luminesce when a voltage is applied across the heterostructure, and the emissive molecule is selected from the group of phosphorescent organ ...


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Mark E Thompson, Peter Djurovich, Sergey Lamansky, Drew Murphy, Raymond Kwong, Feras Abdel Razzaq, Stephen R Forrest, Marc A Baldo, Paul E Burrows: Organometallic complexes as phosphorescent emitters in organic LEDs. The Trustees of Princeton University, The University of Southern California, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 8, 2011: US07883787 (25 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting devices are described wherein the emissive layer comprises a host material containing an emissive molecule, which molecule is adapted to luminesce when a voltage is applied across the heterostructure, and the emissive molecule is selected from the group of phosphorescent organ ...