Explore High-Performance Materials for Quality Devices
The Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) is a high-performance optoelectronic device consisting of charge transport and emissive organic layers. Upon applied voltage, the dual carrier injection system of the OLED supplies both electrons and holes to the electroluminescent material between two electrodes, resulting in its characteristic electroluminescent light with specific color and device performance, depending on the organic materials employed in the device.
The OLED eFabricator from Aldrich Materials Science enables you to locate materials to meet your Organic Light Emitting Diode performance requirements by refining the Color, Maximum Luminance, Maximum External Quantum Efficiency (EQE), and/or Turn-on Voltage values. The tool offers easy access to Aldrich's extensive portfolio of high quality small molecule organic materials and electroluminescent polymers with three main functions: electron transport, hole transport and emission for OLEDs.
Find the materials you need for your OLED research by refining the values in the fields below:
Available Color Families
Unique Properties Range Selectors
Max. LUM Max Luminance (Cd/m2)
0 0 - 50K+ Cd/m2 50K+
Max. EQE External Quantum Efficiency (%)
0 0 - 20 % 20
TOV Turn-On Voltage
0 0 - 15 V 15
Configurations Available in Colors:
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