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Synthesis of a substituted benzophosphole for use in OLED devices

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Noah ManestarFollow
Brayan LopezFollow

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Oral Presentation

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Duffy, Matthew

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By combining diphenylphosphine oxide, silver oxide, and biarylacetylenes at 100°C, a substituted benzophosphole was created. A Scholl reaction was done to cyclize the conjugated system. Chemical and physical analysis of the molecule will be conducted once the product is purified. This cyclized benzophosphole derivative is highly emissive and fairly inexpensive to produce, offering an alternative molecule for use in OLED devices. The lifetime of molecules currently used in OLED devices is another limiting factor, and the relative stability of this molecule helps to increase its life, making it a good alternative for use in OLED devices.

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Synthesis of a substituted benzophosphole for use in OLED devices

By combining diphenylphosphine oxide, silver oxide, and biarylacetylenes at 100°C, a substituted benzophosphole was created. A Scholl reaction was done to cyclize the conjugated system. Chemical and physical analysis of the molecule will be conducted once the product is purified. This cyclized benzophosphole derivative is highly emissive and fairly inexpensive to produce, offering an alternative molecule for use in OLED devices. The lifetime of molecules currently used in OLED devices is another limiting factor, and the relative stability of this molecule helps to increase its life, making it a good alternative for use in OLED devices.