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Inverted small molecule organic photovoltaic cells on reflective substrates
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2008-10-29
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Abstract

We demonstrate top-illuminated, inverted, small molecule photovoltaic cells grown on reflective substrates employing copper phthalocyanine as the donor and 3,4,9,10-perylenetetracarboxylic bis-benzimidazole as the acceptor, with a sputter-deposited transparent indium tin oxide top cathode and a metal anode, thereby reversing the conventional charge extraction properties of these contacts. The best device achieved a peak power conversion efficiency of , reasonably consistent with the optical simulations under AM1.5G illumination giving . This work suggests that inverted organic solar cells grown on reflective substrates have potential uses such as for power-generating coatings on opaque surfaces.

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Scitation: Inverted small molecule organic photovoltaic cells on reflective substrates
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