Non fullerene organic photovoltics

Dr Alan Dunbar, Mr Gabriel Perez, Dr Arwel Hughes, Professor Tao Wang, Dr John Webster, Miss Rachel Kilbride & Dr Mario Campana
Organic solar cells (OPVs) are photovoltaic devices that can convert the energy from sunlight into electricity and have attracted much attention as a viable green energy source for the future. Over the past few years, organic photovoltaics (OPVs) employing non-fullerene, n-type small molecular acceptors have achieved significant progress benefiting from their tunable optical properties and electronic energy levels compared to conventional fullerene acceptor. It is well accepted that the morphology of the photovoltaic blends of...
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