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2022: Volume 3, Issue 1

Influence of Fe3+ on Photophysical Properties of Alq3 Organic Nano Phosphors for Organic Light-Emitting Devices

S.A. Bhagat*

Kamla Nehru College, Sakkardara Square, Nagpur, India                                   

*Corresponding author: S.A. Bhagat, Kamla Nehru College, Sakkardara Square, Nagpur, India. Tel: +919423064391, E-mail: [email protected]

Received Date:  April 1, 2022
Published Date:  May 2, 2022


Organic materials are held together by Vander Waals forces between molecules and are therefore ‘molecular solids. The consequence of this molecular nature is that the luminescence process in organic materials is associated with the excited states of molecules. Pure Fe3+ transition metal doped with Alq3 Complexes synthesized by simple precipitation method at room temperature, maintaining stochiometric ratio. These complexes were characterized by XRD, and photoluminescence (PL) spectra. XRD analysis exhibits the poly crystalline nature of the synthesized complexes. The excitation spectra are in the range of 509 nm to 498 nm, and emission spectra in the range of 423 to 427 nm. Prepared organic phosphor is found in the nano range. It can be a suitable candidate for indigo-violet emitting OLED, PLLCD and solid state lighting applications.

KEYWORDS: Transition metal, Nano organic Phosphor, Photoluminescence, FTIR, UV, OLED.

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