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  • Solaris Chem
  • Pierre Brunner
  • 3650 Bld. Cité-des-Jeunes, Suite 101
  • Vaudreuil-Dorion
  • Quebec
  • Canada
  • (514) 730-8653
  • http://www.solarischem.com
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  • CAS: 472960-35-3

    Polymer for optoelectronic applications. Hole transport material for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and Perovskites. Amorphous p-type polymer semiconductor. Four grades are available. Custom Mw and pdi available. Hexyl and octyl p-TPD are also available.

    Choose between:

    Low Mw: 10 – 30 kDa (SOL2420L)

    Medium Mw: 30 – 100 kDa (SOL2420M)

    High Mw: 100 – 250 kDa (SOL2420H)

    Ultra-High Mw: 250 – 500 kDa (SOL2420UH)

    Chemical Name: Poly[N,N’-bis(4-butylphenyl)-N,N’-bisphenylbenzidine]
    Poly(4-butylphenyldiphenylamine)

    Color and Texture: yellow / solid powder

    Absorption, λmax (Media): 374 nm (THF)
    Emission, λmax (Media): 420 nm (THF)
    HOMO (eV): 5.2 eV
    LUMO (eV): 2.3 eV
    Melting point (°C): > 300 °C (> 572 °F)
    Solubility (Solvent): > 300 °C (> 572

  • Solaris Chem, is a private Canadian company working in the domain of fine organic materials, synthesizing and providing semiconductors to the electronic industry and for academical R&D since 2007.

    Our R&D program is mainly focused on the synthesis of innovative and custom made semiconductors of fullerene C60 / C70 derivatives, dyes, small molecules and polymers, specially formulated for their use in Organic Photovoltaic (OPV), Organic Transistors (OTFT), Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED), as well as health and bio technologies
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