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Advanced Electron Transport Materials for Application in Organic Photovoltaics (OPV)
  • Advanced electron transport materials for application in organic photovoltaics (OPV) Bloking, J. T.; Han, X.; Higgs, A. T.; Kastrop, J. P.; Pandey, L.; Norton, J. E.; Risko, C.; Chen, C. E.; BrĂ©das, J.-L.; McGehee, M. D.; Sellinger, A. “Solution-Processed Organic Solar Cells with Power Conversion Efficiencies of 2.5% using Benzothiadiazole/Imide-Based Acceptors.” Chemistry of Materials 2011, 23, (24), 5484-5490.(http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/cm203111k) (117 citations as of May 2015)
  • Bloking, J. T.; Giovenzana, T.; Higgs, A. T.; Ponec, A. J.; Hoke, E. T.; Vandewal, K.; Ko, S.; Bao, Z.; Sellinger, A.; McGehee, M. D.: “Comparing the Device Physics and Morphology of Polymer Solar Cells Employing Fullerenes and Non-Fullerene Acceptors.” Advanced Energy Materials 2014, 10.1002/aenm.201301426.
  • Giovenzana, T.; Bloking, J. T.; Higgs, A. T.; Ko, S.; Bao, Z.; McGehee, M. D; Sellinger, A.; “Electron Acceptors based on N-Alkylphthalimides and Fluorinated Benzothiadiazoles for Application in Organic Photovoltaics”, manuscript in preparation.
  • Bloking, J. T.; Han, X.; Higgs, A. T.; Kastrop, J. P.; Pandey, L.; Norton, J. E.; Risko, C.; Chen, C. E.; Bredas, J. L.; McGehee, M. D.; Sellinger, A.: Solution-Processed Organic Solar Cells with Power Conversion Efficiencies of 2.5% using Benzothiadiazole/Imide-Based Acceptors. Chem Mater 2011, 23, 5484-5490.
 

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