A modular approach allowed the introduction of various functional groups and structural motives. Besides succeeding in attaching a TADF emitter to biomolecules and oligomers for various applications like fluorescence imaging, the optoelectronic properties were manipulated mainly with regards to the emission wavelength covering a total range of 437 nm to 541 nm with typically small increments of 2 nm. Most promising emitters were employed in solution processed OLED devices, resulting in external quantum efficiencies (EQE) of up to 16%. In addition, the tris[1,2,4]triazolo[1,3,5]triazine (TTT) core was successfully implemented as novel acceptor group for TADF emitters. Hence, a synthesis for the TTT core with peripheral donor groups was developed. The donor strength and count were identified as key drivers for the emission color (398 nm to 466 nm) and the dihedral angle as critical measure for TADF characteristics.
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