PTAA

Description

PTAA. Polymer for optoelectronic applications. Hole transport material for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and Perovskites. Amorphous p-type polymer semiconductor.

Four grades are available.

Custom Mw and pdi available.

Fluoro-PTAA is also available.

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PTAA

SOL2426

Polymers

(p-type)
CAS 1333317-99-9

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Fluoro-PTAA

Description

Fluoro-PTAA. Polymer for optoelectronic applications. Hole transport material for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and Perovskites. Amorphous p-type polymer semiconductor.

The use of this polymer can significantly improve the open-circuit voltage (VOC) and the fill factor (FF) of the cells in high-performance perovskite solar cells.

Fluoro-PTAA can be coated as a substrate material used for hole transport in the manufacture of many devices such as perovskite solar cells, organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) and organic field-effect transistors.

Four grades are available.

Custom Mw and pdi available.

PTAA is also available.

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Fluoro-PTAA

SOL2446

Polymers

(p-type)
CAS N/A

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PCBM – PC61BM

Description

PCBM is the common abbreviation for the fullerene derivative, [6,6] phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester and is one of the most commonly used electron-accepting materials in organic photovoltaic devices.

It is commonly used in flexible plastic or electronic solar cells in conjunction with an electron donor material such as P3HT (SOL4106), PCDTBT (SOL4280) or PTB7 (SOL4700) to make high Open Circuit Voltage (Voc), high Power Conversion Efficiency (PCE) bulk heterojunction solar cells, >99.9% [6,6] isomerized.

It is a more practical choice for being an electron acceptor when compared to fullerenes due to its solubility in chlorobenzene. This allows for processable donor / acceptor solution mixtures, a necessary property for “printable” solar cells.

References

  • (1) Effect of PQT-12 interface layer on the performance of PCDTBT: PCBM bulk heterojunction solar cells

    Author(s): Amit Kumar, Smrity Ratan, Deepak Kumar Jarwal, Ashwini Kumar Mishra, Chandan Kumar, Abhinav Pratap Singh, Bratindranath Mukherjee and Satyabrata Jit. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/ab4708

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PCBM – PC61BM

SOL5061

Fullerenes

CAS 160848-22-6

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Fullerene C60

Description

Fullerenes and their derivatives are used in the field of organic photovoltaics (OPV).
Progress has been made in the energy conversion efficiency of the devices and in the development of more stable solar cell architectures.
Fullerenes serve as electron acceptors in almost all high-performance devices.
Great growth is expected in this rapidly advancing technology.

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C60

Fullerene Carbon C60

SOL5060

99.99% Purity
Solvent Free

Buckminster Fullerene

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Fullerenol C60

Description

Fullerenes and their derivatives are used in the field of organic photovoltaics (OPV).
Progress has been made in the energy conversion efficiency of the devices and in the development of more stable solar cell architectures.
Fullerenes serve as electron acceptors in almost all high-performance devices.
Great growth is expected in this rapidly advancing technology.

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Fullerenol C60

SOL5369

99.99% Purity
Solvent free

C60(OH)n n = 30-50

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ITIC-2F

Description

ITIC-F is a non-fullerene, thermally stable electron-accepting small molecules for organic photovoltaic applications (OPV), which can replace PCBMs in various systems to reach high PCE values.

References

  • 1. Dispersive Non-Germinate Recombination in an Amorphous Polymer: Fullerene Blend,

    Author (s): Kurpiers, J., Neher, D. Dispersive Non. NATURE – Scientific Reports  6, 26832 (2016)

  • 2. Ultrafast zero-bias photocurrent and terahertz emission in hybrid perovskites. Commun,

    Author(s): Petr A. Obraztsov, Dmitry Lyashenko, Pavel A. Chizhov, Kuniaki Konishi, Natsuki Nemoto, Makoto Kuwata-Gonokami, Eric Welch, Alexander N. Obraztsov & Alex Zakhidov. NATURE – Communications Physics 1, 14 (2018).

  • 3. An Electron Acceptor Challenging Fullerenes for Efficient Polymer Solar Cells.,

    Author(s): Yuze Lin  Jiayu Wang  Zhi‐Guo Zhang  Huitao Bai  Yongfang Li  Daoben Zhu  Xiaowei Zhan. First published:07 January 2015

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ITIC-2F

SOL6706

Single Molecules

Small Acceptors (n-type)

CAS N/A

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PCDTBT

Description

PCDTBT is a low Bandgap polymer for opto-electronic applications. Can be used as an electron Donor to Acceptor materials such as PC71BM (SOL5071).

References

  • 1. Dispersive Non-Germinate Recombination in an Amorphous Polymer: Fullerene Blend,

    Author (s): Kurpiers, J., Neher, D. Dispersive Non. NATURE – Scientific Reports  6, 26832 (2016)

  • 2. Ultrafast zero-bias photocurrent and terahertz emission in hybrid perovskites. Commun,

    Author(s): Petr A. Obraztsov, Dmitry Lyashenko, Pavel A. Chizhov, Kuniaki Konishi, Natsuki Nemoto, Makoto Kuwata-Gonokami, Eric Welch, Alexander N. Obraztsov & Alex Zakhidov. NATURE – Communications Physics 1, 14 (2018).

  • 3. An Electron Acceptor Challenging Fullerenes for Efficient Polymer Solar Cells.,

    Author(s): Yuze Lin  Jiayu Wang  Zhi‐Guo Zhang  Huitao Bai  Yongfang Li  Daoben Zhu  Xiaowei Zhan. First published:07 January 2015

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PCDTBT

SOL4280

Polymers

(p-type)

CAS N/A

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P3HT

Description

P3HT (Poly(3-hexylthiophene-2,5-diyl)) is used as an electron Donor to acceptor materials such as PCBM (SOL5061) to make proven bench marked bulk heterojunction solar cells and organic transistors.

We offer two types with different regioregularities for a different variety of research purposes.

References

  • (1) Fullerenes: Non-transition Metal Cluster For Rechargeable Magnesium Battery Cathode

    Author(s): Ruigang Zhang, Fuminori Mizuno and Chen Ling *

  • (2) Donor‐Linked Fullerenes: Photoinduced electron transfer and its potential application

    Author(s): Dr. Hiroshi Imahori Prof. Yoshiteru Sakata. First published:29 October 2004

  • (3) Fullerene Materials for Lithium-ion Battery Applications

    Author(s): Loutfy R.O., Katagiri S. (2002). In: Ōsawa E. (eds) Perspectives of Fullerene Nanotechnology. Springer, Dordrecht (Fullerene Materials for Lithium-ion Battery Applications

  • (4) Prospects for Using  C 60 and  C 70 in Lithium Batteries

    Author(s): L. Seger, L. ‐Q. Wen and J. B. Schlenoff, ECS – The Electrochemical Society

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P3HT

SOL4106

Polymers

(Poly(3-hexylthiophene-2,5-diyl))

CAS 104934-50-1

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