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Gabriel Esteban Caballero Schiker (born 5 February 1971 in Santa Fe, Argentina) is a naturalized Mexican footballer midfielder, who last played for Pachuca in the Mexican First ...

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Light Emitting Molecules And Organic Light Emitting Devices Including Light Emitting Molecules

US Patent:
2004010, Jun 10, 2004
Filed:
Sep 2, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/654586
Inventors:
Gabriel Caballero - Longmont CO,
International Classification:
H05B033/14
C09K011/06
US Classification:
257/088000, 313/504000, 428/690000, 428/917000
Abstract:
Light emitting molecules and organic light emitting devices including such light emitting molecules are described. In one embodiment, a light emitting molecule includes an anchoring group and a charge transport group having a first end and a second end. The first end of the charge transport group is bonded to the anchoring group. The charge transport group is configured to provide transport of electrical energy, and the transport of electrical energy is substantially one-dimensional. The light emitting molecule also includes a light emissive group bonded to the second end of the charge transport group and a charge transfer group bonded to the light emissive group.

Light Emitting Molecules And Organic Light Emitting Devices Including Light Emitting Molecules

US Patent:
2004019, Sep 30, 2004
Filed:
Mar 4, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/794920
Inventors:
Gabriel Caballero - Longmont CO,
International Classification:
H05B033/14
C09K011/06
US Classification:
428/690000, 428/917000, 313/504000, 257/040000, 257/088000
Abstract:
Light emitting molecules and organic light emitting devices comprising such light emitting molecules are described. In one embodiment, a light emitting molecule comprises an anchoring group and a charge transport group having a first end and a second end. The first end of the charge transport group is bonded to the anchoring group. The charge transport group is configured to provide transport of electrical energy, and the transport of electrical energy is substantially one-dimensional. The light emitting molecule also comprises a light emissive group bonded to the second end of the charge transport group and a charge transfer group bonded to the light emissive group.

Light Emitting Molecules And Organic Light Emitting Devices Including Light Emitting Molecules

US Patent:
2005020, Sep 15, 2005
Filed:
Mar 10, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/798224
Inventors:
Gabriel Caballero - Longmont CO,
International Classification:
H01L029/22
US Classification:
428690000
Abstract:
Light emitting molecules and organic light emitting devices comprising such light emitting molecules are described. In one embodiment, a light emitting molecule comprises an anchoring group and a charge transport group having a first end and a second end. The first end of the charge transport group is bonded to the anchoring group. The charge transport group is configured to provide transport of electrical energy, and the transport of electrical energy is substantially one-dimensional. The light emitting molecule also comprises a light emissive group bonded to the second end of the charge transport group and a charge transfer group bonded to the light emissive group.

Materials And Methods Of Derivitzation Of Electrodes For Improved Electrical Performance Of Oled Display Devices

US Patent:
2005028, Dec 22, 2005
Filed:
Jun 21, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/157627
Inventors:
Gabriel Caballero - Longmont CO,
International Classification:
G09G003/00
H01M004/60
H05B033/12
US Classification:
345030000, 429213000, 429212000, 313503000, 257088000, 428917000
Abstract:
A method of derivitization of electrode surfaces in small molecule or polymeric organic light emitting diodes (OLED) and display devices employing the same are presented whereby and assemblage of molecular wires are employed. The assemblage of molecular wires facilitates the transportation of electrical energy from an inorganic electrode, such as indium-tin-oxide or doped silica, to organic layers of compounds and composites/polymers, found in conventional OLED materials and construction. Thereby, devices made in accordance with the invention have dramatically improved work function characteristics including a dramatic increase in the external quantum efficiency. In addition, the molecular wire components further stabilize the mechanical properties of OLED materials at the wire OLED interface.

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