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Motivation - Outline
Inorganic Solar Cells
Organic Solar Cells
1.2 Outline
1.3 Abbreviations and Syn- onyms
Solar Cells - General
2.1 Introduction
2.2 General Properties of Or- ganic Semiconductors
2.2.1 Polarons and Polaron Excitons
2.2.2 P- and n- type Organic Semi- conductors
Fermi-level
Doping
2.2.4 Photogeneration of Free Charges
Photogeneration due to Oxygen Traps
The Donor/Acceptor Interface
2.2.5 D/A Materials
2.2.6 Electrode/Semiconductor In- terfaces
Current Through Barriers
2.3 Electrode Materials
2.4 Photovoltaic Characteri- sation
2.4.1 Power Conversion Efficiency
2.4.2 The Equivalent Circuit Dia- gram (ECD)
2.4.3 Open Circuit Voltage
The Ideal Solar Cell
Effect of Rsh
Effect of Shorts
The Effect of Photoluminescence
The Upper Limit of Voc
Summary
2.4.4 Photocurrent
The Short Circuit Current Isc
The Optical Filter Effect
2.4.5 Interpretation of IV Charac- teristics
2.4.6 Space Charges & Traps
Single Layer Devices
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Optical Properties of Organic Photovoltaic Materials
3.1.2 Performance of Single Layer Devices
3.1.3 Doping of Organic Photovol- taic Materials
3.1.4 Desired Properties of Organic Photovoltaic Materials
3.1.5 Electrodes
3.2 LPPPT
3.3 MEH
3.4 PTV
3.5 PIF
3.6 THPF
3.7 Per
3.8 Ter
3.9 Single Layer Devices - Summary
Double Layer Devices
4.1 Introduction
4.2 The Dye/Pigment Double Layer Device (HPc/Per3)
4.3. THE DYE/DYE DOUBLE LAYER DEVICE (CUPC/PER) 73
4.3 The Dye/Dye Double Layer Device (CuPc/Per)
Blend Layer Devices
5.1 Introduction
5.2 HPc+Per
5.4 PTV+Per
5.5 PTV+Ter
5.6 PTV+THPF
5.7 PTV+PIF
Laminated Layer Devices
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Laminated Polymer Device
PL Quenching
6.3 The Laminated Dye De- vice
Discotic Liquid Crystals as Solar Cell Materials
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Experimental
7.3 Liquid Crystalline Prop- erties
7.4 Photovoltaic Properties of HPc
7.5 Summary
Determination of Solar Cell Efficiencies
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Solar Radiation
8.3 Simulation of Solar Radi- ation
8.3.1 Calculation of the Required AM1.5d Filter
8.3.2 The Simulator Setup
8.4 “Numerical” Simulation
8.5 Summary
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