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Sub-picosecond charge-transfer at near-zero driving force in polymer:non-fullerene acceptor blends and bilayers

Author(s)
Yufei Zhong, Martina Causa, Gareth J. Moore, Philipp Krauspe, Bo Xiao, Jonas Kublitski, Rishi Shivhare, Johannes Benduhn, Eyal BarOr, Subhrangsu Mukherjee, Kaila Yallum, Julien R?hault, Stefan C. Mannsfeld, Dieter Neher, Lee J. Richter, Dean M. DeLongchamp, Frank Ortmann, Koen Vandewal, Erjun Zhou, Banerji Natalie, Florian Gunther
Organic photovoltaics based on non-fullerene acceptors (NFAs) show record efficiency of 16 to 17% and increased photovoltage owing to the low driving force for

Influence of Polymer Aggregation and Liquid Immiscibility on Morphology Tuning by Varying Composition in PffBT4T-2DT/Non-Fullerene Organic Solar Cells

Author(s)
Subhrangsu Mukherjee, Dean M. DeLongchamp, Regis J. Kline, Iain McCulloch, Zeinab Hamid, Andrew Wadsworth, Elham Rezasoltani, Sarah Holliday, Mohammed Azzouzi, Anne Guilbert, Yifan Dong, Marios Neophytou, Mark Little, Helen Bristow, Artem Bakulin, James Durrant, Jenny Nelson, Andrew A. Herzing
The temperature dependent aggregation behavior of PffBT4T polymers used in organic solar cells plays a critical role in the formation of a favorable morphology