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New scanning probe microscopy techniques for analyzing organic photovoltaic materials and devices.

Giridharagopal, R. and Shao, G. and Groves, C. and Ginger, D.S. (2010) 'New scanning probe microscopy techniques for analyzing organic photovoltaic materials and devices.', Photovoltaics world., 2 (4). pp. 23-27.

Abstract

Organic photovoltaic (OPV) materials are an emerging alternative technology for converting sunlight into electricity. OPVs are potentially inexpensive to process, highly scalable in terms of manufacturing, and compatible with mechanically flexible substrates. In an OPV device, semiconducting polymers or small organic molecules are used to accomplish the functions of collecting solar photons, converting the photons to electrical charges, and transporting the charges to an external circuit as a useable current.

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Record Created:09 Mar 2011 13:20
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 09:20

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