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Design study and characterization of highly efficient organic solar cells with novel soluble donor materials using inkjet printing technique

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Author: 
Hamida M.B. Darwish
Abstract: 

The main objective of this project is to develop organic solar cells with highly soluble novel donor materials using inkjet printing technique. It can produce cheap and efficient photovoltaic (PV) and organic solar cells (OSC) thought as the devices which will be used in future for these purposes. The organic solar cells mostly is composed of a light absorbing poly 3-hexylthiophene (P3HT) donor polymer and a soluble C60 bulky ball derivative, typically phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester (PCBM), acting as an acceptor. (this stage will cost. The main focus in this field is to increase the power conversion efficiency. Since it has not yet been possible to replace the C60 derivatives with equally efficient electron acceptors, the preferred way to improve solar cell efficiency is through choice of new type of materials having donor properties The usage of inkjet method which is very cheap and whose application is very simple in the production of these PV and OSC cells will be very effective in the reduction of the energy costs. It is foreseen that application of organic solar cells by using this inkjet technique is an easier, faster, low cost, and established technology. It allows printing on flexible substrates in ambient conditions with digital patterning options in mass production up to 150 m2/h

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