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Fullerene derivatives for solar energy conversion

Part I. Photoresponsive self-assembled dyads - mimics of natural photosynthetic antenna


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Excitation of dyads by light generates long-lived charge separated states. See review M. E. El-Khouly, O. Ito, P. M. Smith, F. D'Souza, J. Photochem. Photobiology C, 2004, 5, 79-104.
A range of other parent Fullerene ligands and donor-acceptor Dyads are available. Just request for an option of your choice.

Part II. Materials for plastic solar cells: Fullerene malonic acid esters.


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These materials are used in organic solar cells in the blends with polyconjugated polymers.
Derivatives of /70/Fullerene are available, other substituents at the ester functions are available.
Submit your Request and inquire for Prices.

Part III. Materials for plastic solar cells: PCBM-type fullerene derivatives


[60]|PCBM
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R=-C2H5, -C4H9-n, C6H13-n,C8H17-n, ...

A range of other Methanofullerenes Derivatives are available. Submit your Request.


Part IV. Materials


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Fullerene Derivatives for Solar Energy Conversion

REVIEWS:

1. “ PROGRESS in PLASTIC ELECTRONICS DEVICES “
Th.B.Singh, N.S.Sariciftci – Annual Review of Materials Research Vol. 36, 199-230, 2006

2. “ POLYMER – FULLERENE BULK HETEROJUNCTION SOLAR CELLS “ – R.A.J.Janssen, J.C.Hummelen, N.S.Sariciftci – MRS Bulletin, Vol. 30 (1), 2005

3. “POLYMER BASED PHOTOVOLTAICS: NOVEL,CONCEPTS, MATERIALS and STATE-of-the ART EFFICIENCIES”
J.M.Kroon et al., - 20th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2005 ( 6-10 June )

ARTICLES:

1. “ Photoconductivity of a Low-Bandgap Conjugated Polymer “
A.J.Heeger et al., - Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 17, Issue 4, 632-636, 2007

2. “ Increasing the Open Circuit Voltage of Bulk-Heterojunction Solar Cells by raising the LUMO level of the Acceptor “
J.C.Hummelen et al., - Org.Lett. 2007 Feb 15, 9(4): 551-554

3. “ Low Band Gap Donor-Acceptor Conjugated Polymers toward Organic Solar Cells Applications “
K.Colladet et al., - Macromolecules, 2007, 40, 65-72

4. “ High Performance n-channel Organic Field-Effect Transistors and Ring Oscillators based on C60 Fullerene Films “
T.D.Anthopoulos et al., - Appl.Phys.Lett. 89, 213504 (2006)

5. “ Solution Processible ORGANIC TRANSISTORS and Circuits based on a C70 Methanofullerene “
T.D.Anthopoulos et al., - J.Appl.Physics 98, 054503 ( 2005 )

6. “Solution-Processed n-type ORGANIC Thin-Film TRANSISTOR with High Field-Effect Mobility “
M.Chikamatsu et al., - Appl.Phys.Letters 87, 203504 ( 2005 )

7. “ Design, Synthesis and Photovoltaic Properties of /60/Fullerene based Molecular Materials “
J.L.Segura et al., - Materials Science and Engineering C 25 (2005), 835-842

8. “ Complexation of Pyrrolidinofullerenes and Zinc-Phthalocyanine in a Bilayer Organic Solar Cell Structure “
R.Koeppe et al., - Appl.Phys.Letters 87, 244102 ( 2005 )

9. M.E.El-Khouly et al., - J.Photochem. Photobiology C, 2004, 5, 79-104

10. “ Efficient Methano/70/Fullerene/MDMO-PPV Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaic Cells “
M.M.Wienk et al., - Angew.Chem.Int.Ed., 2003, 42, 3371-3375


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