A collection of active and interface materials for a variety of innovative thin film electronic devices from photovoltaics to LEDs to transistors and sensors.
Semiconducting polymers for bulk heterojunction, OPV, OLED and perovskite interfaces.
PCE10 (also called PBDTTT-EFT)From £179.92
PCE11 (PffBT4T-2OD)From £339
PFO Polyfluorene (also called F8)From £125
PTAA (OFETs applications)From £98
DPPDPyBT (n-type)From £249
DPP-DTT (high mobility p-type polymer)From £269
PTAA (perovskite applications)From £199
Fullerenes and Derivatives
Fullerene's (carbon bucky balls) and solublised derivatives for use as electron acceptors in OPV and n-type interfaces to perovskites. See our explanation of terminology for why some people count and extra carbon (e.g. PC60BM instead of PC61BM).
bis-PCBM (PC60BM Bisadduct)From £287.80
ICBA (Indene-C60 Bisadduct)From £508.40
PC70BM (also called C70-PCBM)From £109
At Ossila we offer a range of PEDOT materials from Heraeus's Clevios range that are suitable for a wide variety of thin film electronic applications such as OLED, OPV, OFET, and perovskite photovoltaics. We currently offer Heraeus's Al 4083, PH1000, HTL Solar, and HTL Solar 3.
PEDOT:PSS (poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) polystyrene sulfonate) is a transparent conductive polymer consisting of a mixture of two ionomers, due to its unique combination of conductivity, transparency, ductility, and ease of processing it has become a benchmark material in thin film electronic fabrication. PEDOT:PSS can be used as an interfacial layer for hole transport in organic light emitting diodes, organic photovoltaics, and perovskite photovoltaics; it can...
Perovskite precursor inks to kick-start your perovskite photovoltaic research
High Performance Perovskite Precursor Ink (for Nitrogen Processing)
Coming soon, Ossila's newest perovskite ink, I301, is capable of reaching 16.6% power conversion efficiency! Designed to achieve the best performances, our new ink follows the latest work in literature to provide researchers with the materials to reach the highest power conversion efficiencies possible. I301 perovskite ink has been formulated in conjunction with research partners for obtaining the highest possible PCEs. Our I301...
Perovskite Precursor Ink (for Air Processing)
I101 perovskite Ink has been specially formulated in the Ossila laboratories to be deposited by spin-coating. Our I101 perovskite ink is designed for air processing in low humidity environments. Using a mixture of methyl ammonium iodide (MAI) and lead chloride (PbCl) dissolved in dimethyl formamide our I101 perovskite ink will convert to a methylammonium lead halide perovskite under heat. The final product...
Perovskite Precursor Ink (for Nitrogen Processing)
A formulation of methylammounium iodide (MAI), PbCl2 and PbI2 at a molar ratio of 1:1:4 (PbCl2:PbI2:MAI) in a DMF solvent. On processing, I201 ink can be used to create a CH3NH3PbI3-xClx perovskite film. The process recipe for I201 is optimised for glovebox processing under a nitrogen atmosphere.
Perovskite Precursor Materials
Precursor materials for forming perovskite thin films for photovoltaic and OLED purposes.
Formamidinium Bromide (FABr)From £88
Formamidinium Iodide (FAI)From £99
Lead ChlorideFrom £149
MAI (Methylammonium Iodide)From £68
Methylammonium bromide (MABr)From £85
Graphene and 2D materials
Graphene and 2D materials have emerged as a promising candidates for transparent and flexible electrodes, electrochemical capacitor devices for energy storage, anticorrosion coatings. Potentially graphene and 2D materials could also be used for biomedical applications such as tissue engineering, sensors and drug deliveries and aerospace applications. Due to its extraordinary properties and relatively low cost, graphene and its derivatives have opened the window of opportunity for researchers to develop materials and devices with novel functionalities and to improve the quality of existing products.
Few-layer MoS2From £149
Few-layer WS2From £147
Monolayer GrapheneFrom £166
Monolayer Graphene OxideFrom £147
Monolayer Graphene Oxide - Nitrogen DopedFrom £147
Monolayer MoS2From £236
Monolayer WS2From £235
Semiconducting Small Molecules
Small molecule semiconductors for OFETs and as interface materials to perovskites.