Importance of Terminal Group Pairing of Polymer Donor and Small‐Molecule Acceptor in Optimizing Blend Morphology and Voltage Loss of High‐Performance Solar Cells

Volume: 31, Issue: 24
Published: Apr 1, 2021
Abstract
As a variety of non‐fullerene small molecule acceptors (SMAs) have been developed to improve power conversion efficiency (PCE) of organic solar cells (OSCs), the pairing of the SMAs with optimal polymer donors ( P D s) is an important issue. Herein, a systematic investigation is conducted with the development of the SMA series, named C6OB‐H, C6OB‐Me, and C6OB‐F, which contain distinctive terminal substituents –H, –CH 3 , and –F, respectively....
Paper Details
Title
Importance of Terminal Group Pairing of Polymer Donor and Small‐Molecule Acceptor in Optimizing Blend Morphology and Voltage Loss of High‐Performance Solar Cells
Published Date
Apr 1, 2021
Volume
31
Issue
24
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