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Goethe University's new organic light-emitting materials may achieve efficient production of flat screen

People's pursuit of living material and spirit is unlimited. The faster the development of technology, the higher people's requirements are, and they are always a little higher than technology

with the continuous growth of people's demand for intelligence, tablet computers and home cinemas, the corresponding display technology challenges are also increasing. At present, organic materials are the most potential material choice to meet this challenge, especially materials such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), which can be used to produce large and mechanical flexible flat screens with high resolution and low energy consumption

and the hardness of rough embryos or semi-finished products such as cast iron, non-ferrous metals and low alloy structural steel. Goethe University's new organic light-emitting materials are mainly interested in improving the electrical and thermal properties of materials or realizing the efficient production of flat screens

at present, Goethe University chemists in Frankfurt are studying new organic light-emitting materials. These organic light-emitting materials have considerable application prospects, and they can introduce boron atoms into PAH scaffolds. So far, the existing synthesis methods are not only complex, but also quite time-consuming. The recently developed screening process allows a large amount of boron to be easily and quickly doped into polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. In the future, this screening process can effectively reduce the synthesis time. This technology can preliminarily evaluate whether the material can be used as organic light-emitting diode material. Only the most suitable materials can enter the next stage and be investigated more widely

Mathias, UNESCO Institute of inorganic and analytical chemistry, Goethe University, Frankfurt The research team led by Professor Wagner published a paper in Applied Chemistry, which showed that the three component reaction is the basis for the technology to clamp the sample (or product) to apply force to the sample: in all reactions, two components remain unchanged, and the third component is a wide range of cheap polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Reactive boron containing materials play an important role in the assembly of molecular scaffolds. In addition, the technology can also increase the luminescence and improve the conductivity of materials, so that the compounds can obtain the required optoelectronic properties

Dr. Alexandra? John said, "for a long time, this technology has been mainly used in the screening process of drug research. However, in the dynamic growth process of organic materials, it is also possible to use similar strategies to achieve results in a cost-effective and resource-friendly manner." Mathias Professor Wagner added, "it can also be seen from the development of market relevance that the Federal Ministry of economy and energy is providing adequate financial support for research." Wipano, the financing tool behind it, has allowed the transfer of the theory and technology of this technology through the purchase of patents and implementation specifications, aiming to ensure the commercial utilization of innovative thinking and inventions generated by publicly funded research through the maintenance and use of intellectual property rights. Wagner and John have applied for patents for this technology

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