Synergistic effect of solvent and solid additives on morphology optimization of organic solar cells

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Suzhou, China (SPX) Nov 08, 2021
Controlling the morphology of photoactive layers towards nanoscale bi-continuous donor/acceptor interpenetrating networks is a key issue to build high-performance organic solar cells (OSCs). Due to the distinct properties between donor and acceptor materials, casting an active layer from a single solvent solution usually results in an either insufficient or excessive phase separation that This article was originally published by Solardaily.com. Read the original article here.

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