Modifying electronic and solid-state properties of fullerenes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and perylene diimides
The growing world energy demand necessitates the development of novel, cheap, and efficient energy sources and low energy consumption electronics devices. Organic photovoltaics, transistors, and light-emitting diodes are actively being developed as replacements for traditional energy sources and electronic devices. Strong electron acceptors are required to increase the efficiency and air stability for many of these applications. Studying how the incremental introduction of strong electron-accepting moieties onto electron-accepting substrates can affect performance is essential for systematically ...
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Clikeman, Tyler T.
Strauss, Steven H.; Rumbles, Garry