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Understanding the vertical phase separation of donor and acceptor compounds in organic photovoltaics is requisite for the control of charge transport behavior and the achievement of efficient charge collection. Here, the vertically phase‐separated morphologies of...
Graphite intercalation compounds (GICs) for the first time are used as the anode material for lithium‐ion batteries. They exhibit high reversible capacity with excellent cycle life.
Highly porous carbide‐derived carbon (CDC) mesofoams (DUT‐70) are prepared by nanocasting of mesocellular silica foams with a polycarbosilane precursor. Ceramic conversion followed by silica removal and high‐temperature chlorine treatment yields CDCs with a hierarchical micro‐mesopore...
The three‐dimensional characterization of the bulk heterojunction photoactive layer is essential for the systematic optimization of film morphologies in the development of highly efficient organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices. In article 1300612, Kilwon Cho and co‐workers report on the...
Solvent effects on the morphology of diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)‐based low band gap polymer (PDPPBT):phenyl‐C71‐butyric acid methyl ester (PC71BM) blends are studied systematically using a mixture of a non‐aromatic polar primary solvent with high boiling point (b.p.) secondary solvents of...
A Printed piezoelectric energy harvesting device is prepared using a flexographic printing process. The device includes two parts: a lead zirconate titanate based kinetic‐to‐electrical energy converter and a printed bridge rectifier based on four ZnO/poly(3‐hexylthiophene‐2,5‐diyl) (P3HT) diodes.
In article 1300525, D. M. Nanditha M. Dissanayake and co‐workers show that unlike the behavior observed thicknesses typically used for devices (100 nm), electron‐limited behavior is seen for a thicker active layer (920 nm) due to phase segregation in...
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