Control of Charge Transport and Intermolecular Interaction in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes by Dendrimer Generation



A novel family of conjugated dendrimers is used as model compounds to explore the effect of intermolecular interactions on photo-physical and transport properties. The Figure shows the third generation of the dendrimers. The dendrimer generation controls the degree of chromophore interaction, which leads to a unique correlation between the chemical structure of the molecules and the macroscopic device properties (see also inside front cover).