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INTRODUCING OLEDIQ

A groundbreaking new class of organic semiconductor materials poised to eliminate barriers to adoption of OLED technology.

The full potential of OLED technology is held back by performance and cost barriers inherent in the
organic materials typically used for emitters, hole transport and electron transport.

SMALL MOLECULE MATERIALS

  • Not soluble, not compatible with ambient-air solution printing manufacturing processes
  • Compatible with vacuum-thermal deposition manufacturing processes
  • Standard performance, quality reduced if crystallization occurs
  • Limited-lifetime¬†blue emitters

POLYMER MATERIALS

  • Soluble, compatible with ambient-air solution printing manufacturing processes
  • Not compatible with vacuum-thermal deposition manufacturing processes
  • Lower quality performance and yield
  • Limited-lifetime blue emitters

OLEDIQ

OLEDIQ materials are amorphous, soluble small molecules that are non-crystallizable, which prevents aggregation of dopant emitters. This means OLEDIQ produces significant improvements in OLED lifetime and high reliability.

  • Soluble, compatible with ambient-air solution printing manufacturing processes
  • Compatible with vacuum-thermal deposition manufacturing processes
  • Significant improvement in OLED lifetime
  • Ideal platform for development of long-lifetime blue emitters

ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR CUTTING-EDGE PRODUCTS

Longer lifetime

  • Proven significant increase in OLED lifetime
  • Ideal platform for high-efficiency, long-lasting blue OLED

Lower production costs

  • Compatible with both leading manufacturing processes

Higher performance

  • Less aggregation of emitters means higher reliability and yield

PUBLICATIONS

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PRODUCTS

The OLEDIQ product range of commercial materials includes non-crystalizable- and soluble host and transport materials for various OLED
display and lighting applications.

MOLECULAR GLASSES is a global leader in advanced OLED host materials innovation for OLED displays. The company is headquartered in Rochester, New York, the optics capital of the United States. The Molecular Glasses team brings over 100 years of combined experience in materials science and engineering.

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