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Effects of fluorine substitution on photovoltaic properties of DPP-based copolymer for polymer solar cells

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Authors
이진용; 조원호
Issue Date
2014-10-06
Publisher
한국고분자학회
Citation
2014년 추계학술대회 연구논문 초록집, pp. 147-148
Keywords
공학
Abstract
New low bandgap conjugated copolymers composed of DPP as electron-accepting unit and benzene with/without fluorination as electron-donating unit were synthesized (as denoted by pPhDPP, p1FPhDPP and p2FPhDPP) to investigate the effect of the number of substituted fluorine on their photovoltaic properties. As the number of fluorine substitution increases, the HOMO and LUMO energy levels are lowered and the crystallinity of the copolymer is increased. Also, the fibril size of the copolymer:PC71BM blend becomes smaller as the number of fluorine substitution increases. As a result, deeper HOMO energy level (-5.32 eV) of p2FPhDPP (two fluorine substation) leads to higher VOC (0.72 V), and enhanced polymer packing leads to higher JSC (12.4 mA/cm2) as compared to non-fluorinated one, leading to a promising power conversion efficiency of polymer solar cell.
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/93383
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