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Organic photovoltaic cells made from sandwich-type rare earth phthalocyaninato double and triple deckers
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FIG. 1.

(a) Structures and absorption spectra of (b) pure compounds and (c) mixtures used for solar cell fabrication in [The inset for (b) shows the absorbance of structure 2 in . The absorption of the mixture (Decker/) was measured at a concentration of ].

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Emission spectra and dynamics with an excitation in the band range. (a) The excitation was for structure 1, and for both structures 2 and 3. (b) The excitation was ; the instrument response function (dot line) is shown in the figure as well.

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AFM image of a film on an ITO glass.

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[(a) and (b)] Types for cell structures and photocurrent characterization [ curves for (c) and (d) under an illumination of (empty, dark; filled, illumination)].

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Parameters of cells fabricated by decker-PDI.

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Abstract

This work presents organic-inorganichybridsolar cells, which possess the capability for broad band photon harvesting from an ultraviolet-visible to a near infrared range. These solar cells are bulk heterojunction devices, which have been fabricated by free base phthalocyanine and rare earth phthalocyaninato double or triple deckers (electron donors) with a perylenediimide derivative (electron acceptor). Two-type cell structures with or without nanostructured layers have been presented. A characterization of the structures, steady state spectroscopy, fluorescence dynamics, and photoelectrical property of these cells and the active materials has been carried out. A cell structure of -active material- has shown a significant improvement in conversion efficiency.

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Scitation: Organic photovoltaic cells made from sandwich-type rare earth phthalocyaninato double and triple deckers
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