Organic Photovoltaics IV

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Table of Contents

Conference Committee
First large-area dye solar cells 1
Slow charge recombination at a dye-sensitized nanocrystalline TiO[subscript 2]/organic semiconductor heterojunction employing Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] coatings 9
Quasi-solid dye-sensitized solar cells: control of TiO[subscript 2]-gel electrolyte interfaces
Electron density and dye adsorption dependence of electron transport in dye-sensitized TiO[subscript 2] solar cells 24
Nanocomposite titanium dioxide/polymer photovoltaic cells: effects of TiO[subscript 2] microstructure, time, and illumination power 32
Tuning of the photoinduced charge transfer process in donor-acceptor double-cable copolymers
Comparative analysis of photovoltaic principles governing dye-sensitized solar cells and p-n junctions 49
Interface modifications in solid state dye-sensitized TiO[subscript 2] solar cells 60
Organic photovoltaic cells containing discotic liquid crystalline phthalocyanines 71
Synthesis and characterization of three types of alkoxy-substituted hybrid PPV-PPE polymers: potential candidates for photovoltaic applications 79
Enhanced photovoltaic efficiency in polymer-fullerene composites by thermally controlled interdiffusion 89
Relating the morphology of a poly(p-phenylene vinylene)/methanofullerene blend to bulk heterojunction solar cell performance 99
Origin of the open circuit voltage in conjugated polymer-fullerene photovoltaic cells 111
Influence of the polymer architecture on morphology and device properties of polymer bulk heterojunction photovoltaic cells
Characterization of potential donor acceptor pairs for polymer solar cells by ESR, optical, and electrochemical investigations 129
Some new electron-offline polymers for organic photovoltaics 141
Influence of the device architecture to the ITO surface treatment effects on organic solar cell performance 153
Design and synthesis of ruthenium (II)-bipyridyl-containing polymers 161
Fabrication of photovoltaic cell from ruthenium-containing polymer using layer-by-layer polyelectrolytes adsorption technique 171
Photovoltaic effect of spin-triplet emitters PtOEP and Ir(ppy)[subscript 3] in organic light-emitting diode devices 179
Electropolymerization of conjugated polymers in mesoporous titania for photovoltaic applications 187
Design and development of conjugated block copolymers for use in photovoltaic devices 195
Nanostructured solar cells based on semiconducting polymer nanospheres (SPNs) of M3EH-PPV and CN-Ether-PPV 206
Photovoltaic cells of fullerene/poly-phenylenevinylene derivative prepared by spray deposition 211
Fabrication of dye-sensitized plastic film electrodes for flexible solar cells based on electrophoretic deposition techniques 219
Solid state solar cell made from nanocrystalline TiO[subscript 2] with a fluorene-thiophene copolymer as a hole conductor 226
Thick frontal dead layers in photovoltaic cells: theoretical quantum efficiency and determination of the diffusion length 237
Flexible dye solar cells 247
Fabrication of photovoltaic cell from rhenium-containing polymer 254
Charge recombination studies in polyfluorene:[6,6]-phenyl c[subscript 61]-butyric acid methyl ester blend photovoltaic cells 262
The effects of processing conditions on polymer photovoltaic device performance 271
Addendum 277
Author Index 279
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