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Organic Solar Cells - Materials Design, Technology and Commercialization

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This is a comprehensive summary of the state-of-the-art development of organic solar cells, including those key photoactive materials, various device structures, device mechanisms, potential applications, etc.

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1 CONJUGATED POLYMER DONORS FOR ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS1.1 Introduction1.2 LBG polymers1.3 MBG polymers1.4 WBG polymers1.5 Summary and outlook2 P-TYPE MOLECULAR PHOTOVOLTAIC MATERIALS2.1 Introduction2.2 p-Type Molecular Photovoltaic Materials Used in Vacuum-Deposited Solar Cells2.3 p-Type Molecular Photovoltaic Materials Used in Solution-Processed Solar Cells2.4 Current Progress on Small Molecule Solar Cells with Nonfullerene Acceptors with Nonfullerene2.5 Summary and Outlook3 FULLERENE ACCEPTORS3.1 Introduction3.2 Fullerene acceptors for organic solar cells3.3 Summary4 NON-FULLERENE SMALL MOLECULE ACCEPTORS FOR ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS4.1 Molecular design principles4.2 PDI-based SMAs4.3 A-D-A type SMAs4.4 A-DA?D-A type SMAs5 ELECTRON-DONATING LADDER-TYPE HETEROACENES FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS: FROM POLYMER DONOR MATERIALS TO SMALL-MOLECULE ACCEPTOR MATERIALS5.1 Introduction5.2 D-A copolymers based on ladder-type heteroacenes5.3 A-D-A NFAs based on ladder-type heteroacenes5.4 Conclusions and outlook6 CHLORINATED ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS6.1 Introduction6.2 Chlorination vs. Fluorination: Study on Comprehensive Characteristic6.3 Recent advances in Chlorinated Semiconductor6.4 Conclusion and Outlook7 POLYMER-POLYMER SOLAR CELLS: MATERIALS, DEVICE AND STABILITY7.1 Introduction7.2 The Device Structure and Basic Principles of All-PSC7.3 Materials Design towards Efficient All-PSCs7.4 Device Performance and Stability of All-PSCs7.5 Conclusion and Outlook8 ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS WITH HIGH OPEN-CIRCUIT VOLTAGE >1 V8.1 Introduction8.2 n-type small molecule acceptors8.3 n-type polymers8.4 Conclusion and Outlook9 SINGLE-COMPONENT ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS9.1 Introduction9.2 Single-component conjugated materials for SCOSCs9.3 Morphological studies of the photo-active layers in the SCOSCs9.4 Perspective and challenges of SCOSCs10 TANDEM ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS: RECENT PROGRESS AND CHALLENGE10.1 Introduction10.2 Active Layer Materials in tandem OSCs10.3 Interconnecting Layer Materials10.4 The semi-empirical analysis of tandem OSCs10.5 Conclusion and outlook11 LARGE-AREA FLEXIBLE ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS11.1 Introduction11.2 Material Requirements for Large-area Flexible Organic Solar Cells11.3 Flexible Electrode and Substrates11.4 Large-area Flexible Device Fabrication11.5 Efficiency Loss in Large-Area Devices and Modules11.6 Conclusion and Outlook12 ORGANIC PHOTOVOLTAICS FOR INDOOR APPLICATIONS12.1 Introduction12.2 The characteristics of indoor lighting sources12.3 Testing system and parameters for indoor OPVs12.4 Research progresses12.5 Summary and prospective13 INTERFACIAL DESIGN FOR EFFICIENT ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS13.1 Introduction13.2 The mechanism and effect of interfacial design13.3 Anode interlayer materials13.4 Cathode interlayer materials13.5 Conclusion and outlook14 MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND MANIPULATION OF ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS14.1 Introduction14.2 Morphological Characterization of Organic Solar Cells14.3 Morphological Manipulation of Organic Solar Cells14.4 Conclusion15 OPERATIONAL STABILITY AND BUILT-IN POTENTIAL IN ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS15.1 Introduction15.2 Bimolecular recombination in organic solar cells15.3 Metal/organic interfacial exciton dissociation in organic solar cells15.4 Improvement of charge collection and performance reproducibility15.5 Effect of built-in potential on stability of organic solar cells15.6 Summary16 VOLTAGE LOSSES AND CHARGE TRANSFER STATES IN DONOR-ACCEPTOR ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS16.1 The origin of Voc of solar cells16.2 Voc of organic solar cells16.3 Strategies to reduce Vnr and Vr in organic solar cells16.4 Summary17 STABILITY OF ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS: FROM FULLERENE DERIVATIVES TO NON-FULLERENE ACCEPTORS17.1 Introduction17.2 Factors limiting the stability of organic solar cells17.3 Stability evaluation protocols17.4 Progress in developing stable organic solar cells17.5 Recent progress on developing organic solar cells with excellent stability17.6 Summary and outlook18 POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS18.1 Introduction18.2 Building-integrated OSCs18.3 Wearable-integrated OSCs18.4 OSCs-integrated energy storage system18.5 Other applications18.6 Conclusion and Outlook

About the author

Liming Ding got his PhD from University of Science and Technology of China. He started his research on OSCs and PLEDs in Olle Inganäs Lab in 1998. Later on, he worked at National Center for Polymer Research, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Argonne National Lab (USA). He joined Konarka as a Senior Scientist in 2008. In 2010, he joined National Center for Nanoscience and Technology as a full professor. His research focuses on innovative materials and devices. He has published 341 papers on Science, Joule, Energy Environ Sci, Angew Chem, Sci Bull, Nature Comm, Adv Mater, Adv Energy Mater, etc. He is RSC Fellow, the nominator for Xplorer Prize, and the Associate Editors for Science Bulletin and Journal of Semiconductors.

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