Rochester, NY, January 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Molecular Glasses™ Files Patents on Crosslinkable and NONcrystallizable™ Organic Semiconductors for OLED: “NONcrystallizable™ OLED”
Molecular Glasses, a division of Molaire Consulting LLC, has filed for patent protection for its crosslinkable and non-crystallizable organic semiconductor materials for OLED
The filing converts prior provisional applications into full U.S. and PCT patent filings but also incorporates additional proprietary aspects of the company’s material and process that were recently developed.
This conversion into full U.S. and PCT patent filings incorporates a process of printing dopants image-wise on the surface of a host material plasticized with a very low-glass-transition-temperature (Tg) crosslinkable multifunctional material. The lower-Tg composition enables subsequent thermal diffusion of the dopants into the host layer uniformly at a very low temperature (below 80° C) without the assistance of solvent. Once dopant diffusion is completed, the layer is exposed to actinic energy for crosslinking and restoration of its original thermal properties.
NONcrystallizable™ molecular glasses are soluble in various coating solvents and can be coated using roll-to-roll coating processes. However, it is not practical to coat many layers without damaging the previously coated layers, unless a solvent barrier layer is utilized. Or it is required to carefully engineer the solubility of each layer. For example, the solvent of the second coated layer cannot dissolve the first coated layer; the solvent of the third coated layer cannot dissolve the second coated layer and so on.
Molecular Glasses have developed its novel crosslinkable and non-crystallizable materials to address these problems. Molecular Glasses’ crosslinkable and NONcrystallizable™ OLED materials will bring OLED display manufacturing costs to levels lower than that of LCD displays by enabling solution processing. It is projected that solution processing will reduce manufacturing costs of a 55 in. OLED display by 44.4% compared to the traditional thermal evaporation process.
“We are very excited about these new features of our technology,” notes Mike Molaire, CEO and Founder of Molecular Glasses. “The ability to crosslink our materials will simplify the fabrication process. Our crosslinkable plasticized-host materials further simplify the fabrication process by enabling low temperature diffusion of image-wise-printed blue, red, and green dopants without assistance of solvent for the production of large-size-full-color displays.
“There are two recognized classes of OLED materials today: ‘Small Molecule OLED’ and ‘Polymer OLED.’ We have invented a third class: ‘NONcrystallizable™ OLED’ capable of providing all the advantages of the others and more.
“NONcrystallizable™ means efficient OLED. Long-lived OLED. Affordable OLED.
“We are building a strong patent portfolio and looking for strong partners to bring the technology to market in a reasonable time.”
About Molecular Glasses
Molecular Glasses, a division of Molaire Consulting LLC, focuses on proprietary NONcrystallizable™ molecular glasses for stable and long-lived OLED and other organics electronics. We are developing NONcrystallizable™ hole-transporting, electron-transporting, ambipolar, fluorescent, phosphorescent, water soluble, crosslinkable, and solvent-coatable, vacuum-coatable molecular glass mixtures.
Our mission is to provide NONcrystallizable™ molecular glasses to OLED and organic electronics manufacturers for their use in commercializing stable and long-lived displays, lighting products, organic solar cells and thin film transistors. Our primary business strategy is technology licensing. We also offer R&D contracting services to our clients. We have the ability to take our clients favorite material sets and convert them to non-crystallizable and soluble materials without affecting their original photo physical properties.
Molecular Glasses™, NONcrystallizable™, Molaicular™, Molaicular Inside™, Ours Are Truly NONcrystallizable™ are trademarks of Molaire Consulting LLC.