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Enhanced hole transport in multilayer organic based devices

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Zhivkov, I. ; Central Lab. of Photoprocesses Acad. J. Malinowski, Bulgarian Acad. of Sci., Sofia, Bulgaria ; Bozhilova, S. ; Dimov, D. ; Boyadzhiev, S.
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Multilayer Organic Based Devices (OBDs) were constructed by subsequent casting of organic films (from polymers, soluble in the same organic solvent). The problem with dissolution of the underlying layer was avoided by using electrophoretic deposition technique. Optimized conditions for electrophoretic deposition (EPD) of thin films with homogeneous and smooth surfaces, as confirmed by SEM, were found. The EPD deposition, carried out at constant current, requires continuous increase of the voltage between the electrodes. In this way the decreased deposition rate caused by the decreased concentration of the material in the suspension and the increased thickness of the film deposited is compensated. The SEM images and the current voltage characteristics recorded, show that the hole transport polyvinylcarbazole (PVK) underlayer survive the treatment with the suspension used for the electrophoretic deposition of the active poly[2-methoxy-5-(3,7-dimethyloctyloxy)-1,4-phenylene vinylene] electroluminescent layer. The introduced PVK hole transport layer increases the device current, as confirmed by the current-voltage measurements. The results obtained demonstrate the possibility of OBDs preparation for electroluminescent and photovoltaic application.

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Electronics Technology (ISSE), 2010 33rd International Spring Seminar on

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12-16 May 2010

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