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Energy migration in organic solar concentrators with a molecularly insulated perylene diimide

Banal, James; Soleimaninejad, Hamid; Jradi, Fadi; Liu, Maoyuan; White, Jonathan; Cooper, Matthew W; Jones, David J; Ghiggino, Kenneth; Marder, Seth R; Smith, Trevor A; Wong, Wallace W. H; Blakers, Andrew


Maintaining high incident light absorption while minimizing luminescence reabsorption is a key challenge for organic luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs). Energy migration and trapping using light-harvesting donors and a low-energy highly emitting acceptor is one strategy to reduce the reabsorption issue. However, concentration quenching and the potential formation of quenching aggregates is a limiting factor in realizing efficient devices. We describe the synthesis of a novel molecularly...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Type: Journal article
Source: The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.6b04479


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