US 9,812,650 B2
Organic electroluminescent element, compound and material for organic electroluminescent element, used in the same, and light emitting device, display device and illumination device, using the element
Tetsu Kitamura, Kanagawa (JP); Koji Takaku, Kanagawa (JP); Wataru Sotoyama, Kanagawa (JP); Yasunori Yonekuta, Kanagawa (JP); Toru Watanabe, Kanagawa (JP); and Masaru Kinoshita, Kanagawa (JP)
Assigned to UDC Ireland Limited, Dublin (IE)
Appl. No. 14/349,874
Filed by UDC Ireland Limited, Dublin (IE)
PCT Filed Oct. 5, 2012, PCT No. PCT/IB2012/001981
§ 371(c)(1), (2) Date Oct. 16, 2014,
PCT Pub. No. WO2013/108069, PCT Pub. Date Jul. 25, 2013.
Claims priority of application No. 2011-222207 (JP), filed on Oct. 6, 2011; and application No. 2012-083250 (JP), filed on Mar. 30, 2012.
Prior Publication US 2015/0076462 A1, Mar. 19, 2015
This patent is subject to a terminal disclaimer.
Int. Cl. H01L 51/00 (2006.01); C07D 307/77 (2006.01); C09B 57/00 (2006.01); C09K 11/06 (2006.01); H01L 51/50 (2006.01)
CPC H01L 51/0061 (2013.01) [C07D 307/77 (2013.01); C09B 57/001 (2013.01); H01L 51/0054 (2013.01); H01L 51/0071 (2013.01); H01L 51/0073 (2013.01); H01L 51/0074 (2013.01); H01L 51/0094 (2013.01); C09K 11/06 (2013.01); H01L 51/0072 (2013.01); H01L 51/5012 (2013.01); H01L 51/5056 (2013.01); H01L 51/5072 (2013.01); H01L 51/5088 (2013.01); H01L 51/5092 (2013.01)] 20 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. An organic electroluminescent element, comprising:
a substrate;
a pair of electrodes including an anode and a cathode, disposed on the substrate; and
at least one organic layer which is arranged between the electrodes and which includes a light emitting layer;
wherein the organic layer contains a compound expressed by general formula (1) in at least one layer:

OG Complex Work Unit Drawing
wherein in general formula (1), the two X's represent the same linking group, and either both represent oxygen atoms or both represent sulfur atoms, R1 through R10 independently represent a hydrogen atom or a substitution group, and R1 through R10 may jointly form a ring; however, if the two X's represent sulfur atoms, at least one of R2, R3, R5, and R6 represents a substitution group.