Organic photovoltaic devices based on supramolecular complexes of porphyrin-modified gold nanoclusters with fullerene molecules are described and their promising photoelectrochemical performance reported. The incorporation of C60 in surface holes on the porphyrin-modified gold nanoclusters (see Figure)—caused by the addition of a short-chain alkanethiol to the porphyrin modification mixture—plays a key role.
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