PBDTT-DPP, low band-gap semiconducting polymer
High purity and available online for priority dispatch
PBDTT-DPP is a low band-gap polymer with strong photosensitivity in the range of 650-850 nm, with an onset absorption at 858 nm (Eg = 1.45 eV, near infrared absorption). However, it is less sensitive to visible light in the solar spectrum. For this reason, PBDTT-DPP is an ideal candidate for tandem solar cell structures, having achieved device performances of 8.62% (with device structure ITO/ZnO/P3HT:ICBA/PEDOT:PSS/ZnO/PBDTT-DPP:PC71BM/Ag).
Additionally, a single-layer device based on PBDTT-DPP was shown to demonstrate a power conversion efficiency of 6%. PBDTT-DPP also finds application in perovskite solar cells due to its perfect energy level line-ups with perovskites.
Luminosyn™ PBDTT-DPP is now available.
High purity and molecular weight
HPBDTT-DPP is purified by Soxhlet extraction with methanol, hexane and chlorobenzene under an argon atmosphere
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|HOMO / LUMO||HOMO = -5.30 eV, LUMO = -3.63 eV |
|Classification / Family||Organic semiconducting materials, Low band gap polymers, Organic photovoltaics, Polymer solar cells, Tandem solar cells, Perovskite solar cells.|
|Solubility||Soluble in chloroform, chlorobenzene, dichlorobenzene|
Literature and Reviews
- Tandem polymer solar cells featuring a spectrally matched low-bandgap polymer, L. Dou et al., Nat. Photonics 6, 180 (2012); DOI: 10.1038/NPHOTON.2011.356.
- Metal Oxide Nanoparticles as an Electron-Transport Layer in High-Performance and Stable Inverted Polymer Solar Cells, J. You et al., Adv. Mater., 24, 5267–5272 (2012); DOI: 10.1002/adma.201201958.
- Visibly Transparent Polymer Solar Cells Produced by Solution Processing, C. Chen et al., ACS Nano, 6(8), 7185-7190 (2012); DOI: 10.1021/nn3029327.
- High-performance multiple-donor bulk heterojunction solar cells, Y. Yang et al., Nat. Photonics 9, 190–198 (2015); DOI:10.1038/nphoton.2015.9.
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