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Email or Customer ID. Forgot password? Old Password. New Password. Your password has been changed. Although the synthesis of poyldopamine is straightforward from dopaminhydrochlorid polymerized via oxidation in solution, or electropolymerization or enzymatic oxidation, the important limiting factors are the less defined structure of the material as well as the inhomogenity of film formation.
We apply the chemical vapor deposition technique in a tube furnace in the presence of dopaminhydrochlorid in order to form polydopamine films directly on desired substances. The films obtained in this manner are investigated optically, spectro-electrochemically and electrically. Baffa Filho, C. Graeff, J. Buehler, Acc. Extensive and detailed study was performed and observed spectral shifts in emission and excitation spectra and UV degradation retardation point towards the conclusions that there exists a threshold thickness where the material degradation behavior, electron delocalization and structure suddenly change.
The development of well aligned polymeric chain structure between the nano- and micrometer thickness on the mesoscale was shown responsible for the manifested phenomena.
Films were prepared by the spin coating method using spin coater Laurell WSMZNPP and by drop-casting from the solution in mixture of toluene and chloroform.
The thickness of films varied from 10 to nm, depending on process conditions.
The thickness was measured by using the profilometer Dektak XT-E Bruker with resolution less than 1 nm. On the contrary, the electronic properties of thin films below 80 nm resemble those of random coils in solutions. The films of moderate thickness show relatively steep transition between these two modes of structural ordering and resulting properties. We have shown that the microstructure changes from the dominant chain conformations promoting intrachain interaction in thin films of tens nm up to the structure with increased ordering of more ordered domains and prevailing chain stacking which is manifested by higher degree of interchain interaction in the films with thickness of hundreds nm.
Altogether, we consider this complex phenomenon as a consequence of the mesoscale effect, which is an only recently introduced concept in polymer thin films. INSTM, Milano, Italy Resume : Inorganic-organic hybrid materials have shown excellent optoelectronic device performances from single-layer solution-processed thin-films.
Their electronic bands are coupled to the ionic interactions within the organic and the inorganic moieties. Despite high-performances in lead-containing perovskite structures, detrimental aspects shadow recent efforts in solar cells suffering from instability and high environmental impact.
We therefore present an alternative material class, which relies on a similar concept of inorganic-organic hybrid entanglement. The materials of interest are copper-iodide-based complexes readily used for non-linear optics. We highlight all aspects of the solution-based film processing elucidating the potential to serve as versatile and robust active material for powerful lead-free alternative emerging solar cells.
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Stadler, C. Yumusak, M. White, N. Sariciftci, and T.
The phase separations by annealing depend on inherent nature of molecules. Therefore precise control of nano domain size and shape are difficult.
In addition, from the viewpoint of contact area of p-n organic semiconductor, carrier production and transport are advantageous, and therefore columnar structure is the optimal. But, this technique needs the advanced synthetic technique. Therefore, we tried fabrication of columnar-like structure by simple technique such as electrophoretic deposition and liquid-liquid interfacial assembly technique using organic semiconductor nanocrystals.
By using this technique, we can simplify the controlling inner structure of OPV.
Along these backgrounds, our final purpose is fabrication of the precise columnar-like nanostructure using nanocrystals for organic solar cells.
In this paper, as a first step to achieve the final purpose, we investigated CO2 effect for nanocrystal growth inhibition of C60 in reprecipitation method. For example, when we use S - - phenylethylamine as a good solvent and methanol and ethanol as a poor solvent in the reprecipitation, nanocrystal growth was inhibited.
In addition, S - - phenylethylamine was used as an additive, we could also inhibit nanocrystal growth. The reason for inhabitation of the nanocrystal growth has not been clearly understood. However, it is speculated that CO2 in the reprecipitation system plays a vital role on the crystal growth inhabitation.
CO2 react with atomic nitrogen in the reprecipitation medium and production of reaction generated on the surface of nanocrystals. The obtained production is a causal force for inhabitation of the nanocrystal growth.
Finally our approach for investigating C60 nanocrystals growth inhabitation will be presented. Zahn e , Markus C. Scharber a , Salah S.Forgot your username?
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Tanemura, Sol. Lindekugel, E. Wettling, Adv.
Slaoui, and J. Reber, and W. Charge carrier photogeneration in doped and blended organicSemiconductors V. Banhart, V.