|Title||Oxidative Chemical Vapor Deposition of Neutral Hole Transporting Polymer for Enhanced Solar Cell Efficiency and Lifetime|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Jo, WJun, Nelson, JT, Chang, S, Bulovic, V, Gradecak, S, Strano, MS, Gleason, KK|
|Pagination||6399 - +|
|Keywords||bivo4, buffer layer, electrodes, interface, light, organic photovoltaics, printed poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene), stability, tin-oxide, water|
The concept of a neutral hole-transporting polymer is realized for the first time, by integrating patterned Cl--dopedpoly(3,4-dimethoxythiophene) thin films into organic solar cells through a vacuum-based polymer vapor printing technique. Due to this novel polymer's neutrality, high transparency, good conductivity, and appropriate energy levels, the solar-cell efficiency and lifetime are significantly enhanced.
|Short Title||Adv. Mater.|