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 £141.40
ICBA (Indene-C60 Bisadduct)From £147.06
PC70BM (also called C70-PCBM)From £99
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
Perovskite Precursor Ink (for Air Processing)
A formulation of methylammounium iodide (MAI) and lead chloride in a DMF solvent that upon processing in air can be used to create a CH3NH3PbI3-xClx perovskite film.
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
Semiconducting Small Molecules
Small molecule semiconductors for OFETs and as interface materials to perovskites.