Cluster Computing

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Research progress on non-fullerene receptor in organic solar cell

  • Xiong JiaxuanEmail author


Organic solar cell was one of important means to solve energy problem and the electron receptor material was limited to the fields of fullerene and its derivatives; scientists were forced to seek new receptor materials due to the problems such as narrow spectral absorption, poor solubility, high cost and unfriendly environment during production process, etc. Attention of scientists has been drawn to non-fullerene electron receptor material in recent years. Widely application of non-fullerene receptor materials in the field of organic solar cell was decided by its features such as wide spectral absorption, good solubility, controllable structure and easy processing, etc. The field progress of receptor material of non-fullerene organic solar cell has been summarized in recent years and its future development is discussed.


Organic solar Cell Non-fullerene Research progress 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Zhengzhou Fute Energy Development and Management Co., Ltd.ZhengzhouChina

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