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Product Code M831
Price $288.00 ex. VAT

[60]IPB, fullerene derivative of C60

High purity fullerene used as an electron acceptor matieral for OPV solar cells

[60]IPB is a fullerene derivative of C60 which is used as an electron acceptor material in organic photovoltaic (OPV) solar cells. Comparing with PCBMs, [60]IPX (where X is either B, butyl, H, hexyl, or O, octyl) fullerenes give about 50 mV higher open circuit voltage (VOC). It has been reported that in P3HT solar cells, the efficiency is increased by 10 - 15% compared to [60]PCBM [1].

[60]IPX (n = 4, 6, 8) have been also a popular candidate for perovskite solar cells applications [2].

Device structure ITO/PEDOT:PSS (80 nm)/p-TPD (20 nm)/CH3NH3PbI3 (320 nm)/PCBM (50 nm)/Ba:Ag [1] ITO/PEDOT:PSS (80 nm)/p-TPD (20 nm)/CH3NH3PbI3(320 nm)/[60]IPB (50 nm)/Ba:Ag [1]
JSC (mA cm-2) 15.68 16.28
VOC (V) 1.087 1.102
FF (%) 80 78
PCE 13.58 14.02
Device structure TCO/PEDOT:PSS/P3HT:[60]IPB/Al [2]
JSC (mA cm-2) 10.66
VOC (V) 0.647
FF (%) 69
PCE  4.76

Chemical Structure

IPB, [60]IPB
Chemical Structure of [60]IPB; Chemical Formula C76H19O2.

General Information

CAS Number 1705592-13-7 (1883713-20-9)
Chemical Formula C76H20O2
Molecular Weight 964.97 g/mol
HOMO/LUMO No data available; comparable to PCBM (HOMO 6.1 = eV, LUMO = 3.7 eV)
Synonyms IPB
Classification / Family Fullerene derivatives, Electron transport materials (ETM), Acceptor materials, Organic photovoltaics (OPV), Organic electronics

Product Details

Purity >99%
Melting Point N/A
Colour Dark powder

MSDS Documentation

[60]IPB MSDS[60]IPB MSDS Sheet


Product Code Purity Quantity Price
M831 >99% 250 mg £230

Literature and Reviews

  1. Diels–Alders adducts of C60 and esters of 3-(1-indenyl)-propionic acid: alternatives for
    [60]PCBM in polymer:fullerene solar cells, 
    A. B. Sieval et al., Chem. Commun., 51, 8126 (2015);DOI: 10.1039/c5cc01642h.
  2. Fullerene imposed high open-circuit voltage in efficient perovskite based solar cells, L. Gil-Escrig et al., J. Mater. Chem. A, 4, 3667 (2016); DOI: 10.1039/c5ta10574a.

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