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A New Class of OLED – Gold(III)-Based Complexes with Tunable Emission-Colour

A New Class of OLED – Gold(III)-Based Complexes with Tunable Emission-Colour
Advanced Materials

Key Problem and Market Opportunity

  • Expensive due to the current evaporation-based production techniques for OLEDs involve a lot of wasted materials and costly process.
  • The market for all types of OLED displays is forecasted to reach nearly $16 billions this year and will grow to $57 billion in 20261 

Key Advantages of the Technology

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  • Broad color-tuning possibility, that is comparable to iridium(III) complexes and superior to ruthenium(II) and osmium(II) systems
  • non-toxic nature and tunable emission-colour
  • Cost is relatively inexpensive
  • Reduce waste of material due to intense low-energy electronic absorption bands in the visible range and low temperature
  • Has all advantages of OLEDs, including high luminous efficiency, low driving voltage (~ 10 V), high contrast ratio (1,000,000:1), large viewing angle (up to 178°), fast response time, full color gamut (showing 16.78 millions colors), light-weight, self-luminous pixels (requiring no backlighting), and compatibility with flexible substrates

Potential Product and Services

  • Application in the following segments:
    • Displays for mobile phones, tablets, notebooks and wearables
    • TV panels 
    • Lighting 
    • Architectural and industrial display and lighting applications
    • Automobile and aerospace

Development Status and IP Strength

  • US Provisional Application No. 62/558,605
  • Prototype device is available at laboratory scale
  • Reference No: IP00719

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