Department of Physics; Institute of Advanced Material
Regio-random (P1) and -regular (P2) difluorobenzene-naphthalene-containing polymer acceptors were developed for bulk-heterojunction all-polymer solar cells (all-PSCs). P2 exhibited significantly higher crystallinity in thin films, providing high spectral absorptivity and electron mobility than P1. When used in all-PSC devices, P2 afforded a respectably higher power conversion efficiency of over 5%.
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Royal Society of Chemistry
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This work was financially supported by a Strategic Development Fund (SDF13-0531-A02) of HK Baptist University, a Collaborative Research Fund (C5015-15GF) from HK Research Grants Council, Hung Hin Shiu Charitable Foundation, and Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Grant (KQTD20140630110339343).
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Deng, P., Ho, C., Lu, Y., Li, H., Tsang, S., So, S., & Ong, B. (2017). Naphthalene diimide-difluorobenzene-based polymer acceptors for all-polymer solar cells. Chemical Communications, 53 (22), 3249-3252. https://doi.org/10.1039/c6cc09724c
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