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The present review gives an overview of four of the most promising classes of conjugated polymers for plastic solar cells. The latest developments on poly 2,7-carbazole s, poly 1,4-diketopyrrolopyrrole s, poly thieno[3,4- b ]thiophene s, and poly thieno[3,4- c ]pyrrole-4,6-dione s are reported. More precisely, the synthesis and the physical and electronic properties of the polymers are discussed. Devices characteristics such as the open-circuit voltage, the fill factor, the short-circuit current density and the power conversion efficiency are also addressed. In summary, this review wants to give the reader a highlight of the very latest improvements in the organic photovoltaic field. If you are not the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in a third party non-RSC publication you must formally request permission using Copyright Clearance Center.
Plastic solar cells are lightweight, flexible, and, most important, cheap to make. But so far, these devices have been too inefficient to compete with silicon solar cells for most applications. Now researchers from a few institutions claim to have made polymer solar cells with record-breaking efficiencies. If they can keep this up, say researchers, plastic solar cells will be competing with silicon within a few years. This week, in the online edition of Nature Photonics , researchers reported on polymer solar cells that convert about 6.
December 11, A new analytical technique that uses infrared spectroscopy to study light-sensitive organic materials could lead to the development of cheaper, more efficient solar cells. Using infrared IR spectroscopy to study the vibrations of atoms within the material, the technique provides information about the movement of electrons within a film of carbon-based materials. Obtaining this information is a critical step in the development of a new class of solar cells, which promise significant savings in production costs compared to conventional silicon-based cells.