Bathocuproine (BCP, C26H20N2 ), 99%, 3g
Bathocuproine (BCP, C26H20N2), 99%, 3g
Bathocuproine (BCP) is the most popular electron transport material due to its wide-band-gap and high electron affinity. A thin layer of BCP inserted between a metal cathode and an electron transport layer improves the performances of organic light emitting diodes and organic photovoltaic cells (including perovskite solar cells) significantly. BCP has a large ionization energy of 6.5 eV, which is the highest occupied molecular orbital derived-level (HOMO level) with respect to the vacuum level and corresponds to the hole transport level. Thus, the BCP layer was initially intended to block the exciton and hole diffusion from the electron transport layer to the cathode.
|Molecular Weight||360.45 g/mol|
|Purity||>99% (HPLC), sublimed|
|Appearance||Off-white or yellowish powder|
|Melting Point||280-282 °C|
|Solubility||Soluble in Chloroform, THF et al.|
|Fluorescence||λ PL 384 nm in THF|
|Packaging||3 g, or as required in glass bottle|
|Store||25 ℃ under N2 atmosphere|
|Notes||HPLC &1HNMR spectra, user instruction for enquiring|
: Electron transport in bathocuproine interlayer in organic semiconductor devices. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119, no. 43 (2015): 24459-24464.
: Organic semiconductor heterointerfaces containing bathocuproine. Journal of Applied Physics 86, no. 8 (1999): 4515-4519.
: Electronic structure of bathocuproine on metal studied by ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy. Japanese journal of applied physics 46, no. 4S (2007): 2692.
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