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To improve the conversion efficiency of polymer photodetectors (PDs) fabricated by solution process, the properties of fluorene-type polymer photodetectors doped with iridium (Ir) and platinum (Pt) complexes were investigated. The devices based on poly(dioctylfluorene) and poly(dioctylfluorene-co-benzothiadiazole) (F8BT) had violet and blue sensitivity, respectively. Triplet materials can enhance the incident-photon-to-current conversion efficiency of the devices utilizing the fluorene-type polymers when their triplet levels are lower than the lowest excited singlet states of the host and higher than the lowest excited triplet states of the host. The transmission of a moving picture was successfully demonstrated using the bilayer F8BT device with green Ir complex as an opto-electrical conversion device. We demonstrate that the polymer PDs fabricated by solution process can be applied to short-range optical communication fields, such as opto-electrical conversion devices for optical links.
The photo FET having a photosensitive insulator layer showed excellent photo-switching properties upon illuminating the gate dielectric layer, because the gate capacitor was rapidly charged up by providing a large amount of photo-generated charges in the dielectric layer to the gate capacitor. In this study, we have tried to give a memory function to the photo FET. Further, we have tried to fabricate flexible photo FETs by using only solution processes in order to utilize the photo FET as flexible photo sensor and photo memory devices. As a result, we have succeeded in observing the memory effect of the photo FET and the photo-switching behavior of the flexible photo FETs
Several novel Eu(III) complexes with asymmetric bis-phosphine oxide- ligands were synthesized. The relation between molecular structures of bis-phosphine- oxide ligands and properties of Eu(III) complexes was investigated and some interesting results were obtained. Solubility of Eu(III) complexes in fluorinated medium and silicone oil were strongly dependent on the length of alkyl chain (n) binding two phosphine oxide- parts. Also, the thermal properties of Eu(III) complexes were correlated to the solubility. Eu(III) complex 6(n=3), which has phenyl and n-octyl groups as the substituents of a bis-phosphine oxide- ligand, was found to be highly soluble and have large fluorescence intensity.
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