A Conjugated Polymer for Near Infrared Optoelectronic Applications

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  • The support from the Swedish Ministry of Education, the Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Foundation of Strategic Research are gratefully acknowledged. W.M. acknowledges the International Programme in the Chemical Sciences (IPICS) for financial support.

Abstract

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A new conjugated polymer, LBPP-1, with an unusually low band-gap (ca. 1.0 eV) is presented. Light absorption and photovoltaic response up to 1200 nm in composites with a fullerene is demonstrated. Solar cell performance is presented and the polymer's suitability for photodetection in the infrared region is discussed.

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