acceptor material

acceptor material

[ak′sep·tər mə′tir·ē·əl]
(chemistry)
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The introduction of a new acceptor material allows for the application of new classes of organic materials as photoactive layers to improve the conversion efficiency.
oThis dark shadow state can be the most efficient source of two electrons via transfer to an electron acceptor material, such as fullerene, which was used in the study.
The paper titled "Endohedral fullerenes for organic photovoltaic devices" presents a unique approach to enhance flexible, plastic solar cells, also known as organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells, by modifying the acceptor material rather than the donor material.
Luna's novel acceptor materials operate at high conversion efficiencies and are an excellent complement to the fast growing semi-conductive-polymer field.
We will show patterned thin films of organic photovoltaics relevant materials, including conductive silver used in cathodes, carbon nanotubes used as transparent conductors, conjugated polymers used in the active layer and quantum dots, band gap acceptor materials that also function in non-white lights environments.
Book offers a comprehensive treatment of nonhybrid polymeric solar cells from the basic chemistry of donor and acceptor materials through device design, processing and manufacture.
Firstly, the implementation of fullerene-free acceptor materials resulted in high open-circuit voltages and useful absorption spectra in the visible.
Merck s PV-D donor polymer materials and PV-A fullerene derivative acceptor materials are production-ready owing to their high conversion efficiencies and high solubility in non-halogenated solvent systems, enabling cost-effective green production technologies.