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bis-PCBM (PC60BM Bisadduct)

CAS Number 1048679-01-1

Fullerene Acceptors, Materials

Product Code M191-200mg
Price £380 ex. VAT

High purity bis-PCBM (PC60BM Bisadduct)

PCBM bisadduct used for crystallisation studies

Specifications | Pricing and Options | MSDS | Literature and Reviews

Bis(1-[3-(methoxycarbonyl)propyl]-1-phenyl)-[6,6]C62 or bis[C60]PCBM, also known as a PCBM bisadduct (CAS number 1048679-01-1) is used to increase the open circuit voltage of solar cells by approximately 0.1 V due to the higher lying LUMO level [1]. Also used in crystallisation studies, especially when comparing polymer-fullerene packing [2,3].

Soluble fullerene acceptor

Soluble fullerene acceptor

For high efficient OPV applications

Higher lying LUMO energy level

Higher lying LUMO energy level

Improves open circuit voltage of solar cells

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High purity

High purity

>99.5% High purity

General Information

CAS number 1048679-01-1
Purity >99.5%
Molecular Weight 1101.1 g/mol

Chemical Structure

bis-PCBM (PC60BM Bisadduct) chemical structure, CAS 1048679-01-1
bis-PCBM (PC60BM Bisadduct) chemical structure, CAS 1048679-01-1


Product Code Purity Quantity Price
M191 >99.5% 200 mg £380
M191 >99.5% 500 mg £760

MSDS Documentation


Literature and Reviews

  1. Fullerene Bisadducts for Enhanced Open-Circuit Voltages and Efficiencies in Polymer Solar Cells, M. Lenes et al., Advanced Materials, 20, 2116 (2008)
  2. Tuning the Properties of Polymer Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells by Adjusting Fullerene Size to Control Intercalation, N. Cates et al., Nano Letters, 9, 4153 (2009)
  3. Effects of Intercalation on the Hole Mobility of Amorphous Semiconducting Polymer Blends, N. Cates et al., Chemistry of Materials, 22, 3543 (2010)
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