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Probing ultrafast charge separation at organic donor/acceptor interfaces by a femtosecond electric field meter
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Charge separation at organic donor/acceptor interfaces is a key step in the functioning of an organic photovoltaic cell, but experimental techniques that uniquely probe the interface on ultrafast time scales are absent. Here, we apply a technique sensitive to interfacial charge separation based on four-wave mixing to follow the transient electric field at the donor/acceptor interface. Examining the model system of copper phthalocyannine (CuPc) and fullerene (C60) bilayers, we observe ultrafast electron transfer from photoexcited CuPc to C60 on a 80 ± 20 fs time scale.
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