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Molecular order control of non-fullerene acceptors for high-efficiency polymer solar cells
Li W, et al.
Joule, 3(3), 819-833 (2019)
Thermostable single-junction organic solar cells with a power conversion efficiency of 14.62 %.
Li H, et al.
Science Bulletin, 63(6), 340-342 (2018)
Comparative analysis of burn-in photo-degradation in non-fullerene COi8DFIC acceptor based high-efficiency ternary organic solar cells
Duan L, et al.
Materials Chemistry Frontiers., 3(6), 1085-1096 (2019)
Simultaneously improved efficiency and average visible transmittance of semitransparent polymer solar cells with two ultra-narrow bandgap nonfullerene acceptors
Ma X, et al.
Journal of Material Chemistry A, 6(43), 21485-21492 (2018)
Lingxian Meng et al.
Science (New York, N.Y.), 361(6407), 1094-1098 (2018-08-11)
Although organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells have many advantages, their performance still lags far behind that of other photovoltaic platforms. A fundamental reason for their low performance is the low charge mobility of organic materials, leading to a limit on the
Ternary organic solar cells offer 14% power conversion efficiency.
Xiao Z, et al.
Science Bulletin, 62(23), 1562-1564 (2017)
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