Chihaya Adachi
Chihaya Adachi
Professor, OPERA, Kyushu University
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Nearly 100% internal phosphorescence efficiency in an organic light-emitting device
C Adachi, MA Baldo, ME Thompson, SR Forrest
Journal of Applied Physics 90 (10), 5048-5051, 2001
Highly efficient organic light-emitting diodes from delayed fluorescence
H Uoyama, K Goushi, K Shizu, H Nomura, C Adachi
Nature 492 (7428), 234-238, 2012
Highly phosphorescent bis-cyclometalated iridium complexes: synthesis, photophysical characterization, and use in organic light emitting diodes
S Lamansky, P Djurovich, D Murphy, F Abdel-Razzaq, HE Lee, C Adachi, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (18), 4304-4312, 2001
Transient analysis of organic electrophosphorescence. II. Transient analysis of triplet-triplet annihilation
MA Baldo, C Adachi, SR Forrest
Physical Review B 62 (16), 10967, 2000
Efficient blue organic light-emitting diodes employing thermally activated delayed fluorescence
Q Zhang, B Li, S Huang, H Nomura, H Tanaka, C Adachi
Nature Photonics 8 (4), 326-332, 2014
High-efficiency organic electrophosphorescent devices with tris (2-phenylpyridine) iridium doped into electron-transporting materials
C Adachi, MA Baldo, SR Forrest, ME Thompson
Applied Physics Letters 77 (6), 904-906, 2000
High-efficiency red electrophosphorescence devices
C Adachi, MA Baldo, SR Forrest, S Lamansky, ME Thompson, RC Kwong
Applied Physics Letters 78 (11), 1622-1624, 2001
Endothermic energy transfer: A mechanism for generating very efficient high-energy phosphorescent emission in organic materials
C Adachi, RC Kwong, P Djurovich, V Adamovich, MA Baldo, ...
Applied Physics Letters 79 (13), 2082-2084, 2001
Organic electroluminescent device having a hole conductor as an emitting layer
C Adachi, T Tsutsui, S Saito
Applied physics letters 55 (15), 1489-1491, 1989
Design of efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence materials for pure blue organic light emitting diodes
Q Zhang, J Li, K Shizu, S Huang, S Hirata, H Miyazaki, C Adachi
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (36), 14706-14709, 2012
Blue light‐emitting organic electroluminescent devices
C Adachi, T Tsutsui, S Saito
Applied Physics Letters 56 (9), 799-801, 1990
Organic light-emitting diodes employing efficient reverse intersystem crossing for triplet-to-singlet state conversion
K Goushi, K Yoshida, K Sato, C Adachi
Nature Photonics 6 (4), 253-258, 2012
Introduction to the physics of organic semiconductors
W Brütting
Physics of organic semiconductors, 1-14, 2005
100% phosphorescence quantum efficiency of complexes in organic semiconductor films
Y Kawamura, K Goushi, J Brooks, JJ Brown, H Sasabe, C Adachi
Applied Physics Letters 86 (7), 071104, 2005
Highly efficient blue electroluminescence based on thermally activated delayed fluorescence
S Hirata, Y Sakai, K Masui, H Tanaka, SY Lee, H Nomura, N Nakamura, ...
Nature materials 14 (3), 330-336, 2015
Efficient up-conversion of triplet excitons into a singlet state and its application for organic light emitting diodes
A Endo, K Sato, K Yoshimura, T Kai, A Kawada, H Miyazaki, C Adachi
Applied Physics Letters 98 (8), 42, 2011
Electroluminescence in organic films with three-layer structure
C Adachi, S Tokito, T Tsutsui, S Saito
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 27 (2A), L269, 1988
Thermally activated delayed fluorescence from Sn4+–porphyrin complexes and their application to organic light emitting diodes—A novel mechanism for electroluminescence
A Endo, M Ogasawara, A Takahashi, D Yokoyama, Y Kato, C Adachi
Advanced Materials 21 (47), 4802-4806, 2009
High efficiency single dopant white electrophosphorescent light emitting diodes
V Adamovich, J Brooks, A Tamayo, AM Alexander, PI Djurovich, ...
New journal of chemistry 26 (9), 1171-1178, 2002
Confinement of charge carriers and molecular excitons within 5‐nm‐thick emitter layer in organic electroluminescent devices with a double heterostructure
C Adachi, T Tsutsui, S Saito
Applied Physics Letters 57 (6), 531-533, 1990
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