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All-polymer solar cells based on a blend of poly[3-(10--octyl-3-phenothiazine-vinylene)thiophene-co-2,5-thiophene] and poly[1,4-dioctyloxyl--2,5-dicyanophenylenevinylene]
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Abstract

We report all-polymer solar cells (PSCs) based on a polymer blend of poly[3-(10--octyl-3-phenothiazine-vinylene)thiophene-co-2,5-thiophene] as donor and poly[1,4-dioctyloxyl--2,5-dicyanophenylenevinylene] as acceptor. Strong photoluminescence quenching is observed in the polymer blend indicating the photoinduced charge transfer occurs between the two polymers. The power conversion efficiency of the PSC was improved from 0.41% to 0.8% after postannealing, under the illumination of AM 1.5, . We attribute the improved efficiency to better morphological features of the photoactive layer after thermal annealing.

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Scitation: All-polymer solar cells based on a blend of poly[3-(10-n-octyl-3-phenothiazine-vinylene)thiophene-co-2,5-thiophene] and poly[1,4-dioctyloxyl-p-2,5-dicyanophenylenevinylene]
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