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Publications of Organic Solar Cells

Previous publications on organic solar cell characterization:

S. A. Hawks, F. Deledalle, J. Yao, D. G. Rebois, G. Li, J. Nelson, Y. Yang, T. Kirchartz, and J. R. Durrant, “Relating recombination, density of states, and device performance in an efficient polymer:fullerene organic solar cell blend”, Adv. Energy Mater. 3, 1201 (2013)

R. Xia, D.-S. Leem, T. Kirchartz, S. Spencer, C. Murphy, Z. He, H. Wu, S. Su, Y. Cao, J. S. Kim, J. C. deMello, D. D. C. Bradley and J. Nelson, “Detailed investigation of a conjugated polyelectrolyte interlayer for high performance inverted polymer solar cells”, Adv. Energy Mater. 3, 718 (2013)

M. A Faist, S. Shoaee, S. Tuladhar, G. F. A. Dibb, S. Foster, W. Gong, T. Kirchartz, D. D. C. Bradley, J. R. Durrant and J. Nelson, Understanding the reduced efficiencies of organic solar cells employing fullerene multiadducts as acceptors, Adv. Energy Mater. 3, 744 (2013)

G. F. A. Dibb, T. Kirchartz, D. Credgington, J. R. Durrant, and J. Nelson, “Analysis of the relationship between linearity of corrected photocurrent and the order of recombination in organic solar cells”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2, 2407 (2011)

T. Kirchartz, T. Agostinelli, M. Campoy-Quiles, W. Gong, and J. Nelson, Understanding the thickness-dependent performance of organic bulk heterojunction solar cells: The influence of mobility, lifetime, and space charge, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 3, 3470 (2012)

T. Kirchartz, F. Deledalle, P. S. Tuladhar, J. R. Durrant, and J. Nelson, “On the Differences between Dark and Light Ideality Factor in Polymer:Fullerene Solar Cells”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 4, 2371 (2013)

I. Meager, R. S. Ashraf, S. Mollinger, B. C. Schroeder, H. Bronstein, D. Beatrup, M. S. Vezie, T. Kirchartz, A. Salleo, J. Nelson, and I. McCulloch, “Photocurrent Enhancement from Diketopyrrolopyrrole Polymer Solar Cells through Alkyl-Chain Branching Point Manipulation”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135, 11537 (2013)

 

Publications on device simulations of organic solar cells:

T. Kirchartz and J. Nelson, “Device modeling of organic bulk-heterojunction solar cells”, Topics in Current Chemistry, DOI: 10.1007/128_2013_473 (Buchkapitel)

T. Kirchartz, B. E. Pieters, J. Kirkpatrick, U. Rau, and J. Nelson, “Recombination via tail states in polythiophene:fullerene solar cells”, Phys. Rev. B 83, 115209 (2011)

T. Kirchartz and J. Nelson, “Meaning of reaction orders in polymer:fullerene solar cells”, Phys. Rev. B 86, 165201 (2012)

T. Kirchartz, W. Gong, S. A. Hawks, T. Agostinelli, R. C. I. Mackenzie, Y. Yang, and J. Nelson, “Sensitivity of the Mott-Schottky analysis in organic solar cells”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 116, 7672 (2012)

T. Kirchartz, B. E. Pieters, K. Taretto, and U. Rau, “Mobility dependent efficiencies of organic bulk heterojunction solar cells: Surface recombination and charge transfer state distribution”, Phys. Rev. B 80, 035334 (2009)

T. Kirchartz, B. E. Pieters, K. Taretto, and U. Rau, “Electro-optical modeling of bulk heterojunction solar cells”, J. Appl. Phys 104, 094513 (2008)

A. Petersen, T. Kirchartz, and T. A. Wagner, “Charge extraction and photocurrent in organic bulk heterojunction solar cells”, Phys. Rev. B 85, 045208 (2012)

A. Petersen, A. Ojala, T. Kirchartz, F. Würthner, and U. Rau, “Field dependent exciton dissociation in organic heterojunction solar cells”, Phys. Rev. B 85, 245208 (2012)

S. Schäfer, A. Petersen, T. A. Wagner, R. Kniprath, D. Lingenfelser, A. Zen, T. Kirchartz, B. Zimmermann, U. Würfel, X. J. Feng, T. Mayer, “Influence of the indium tin oxide/organic interface on open-circuit voltage, recombination, and cell degradation in organic small-molecule solar cells”, Phys Rev B 83, 165311 (2011)

A. Ojala, A. Petersen, A. Fuchs, R. Lovrincic, C. Pölking, J. Trollmann, J. Hwang, C. Lennartz, H. Reichelt, H. W. Höffken, A. Pucci, P. Erk, T. Kirchartz, and F. Würthner, “Merocyanine/C60 planar heterojunction solar cells: effect of dye orientation on exciton dissociation and solar cell performance”, Adv. Funct. Materials. 22, 86 (2012)


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