Novel organic−inorganic nanocomposites are synthesized by directly grafting end-functionalized conjugated polymers (CPs) onto anisotropic nanocrystals (NCs) that have a complimentary functional group through a robust Heck coupling. Such nanocomposites, in which CPs and anisotropic NCs are intimately contacted, are very promising for use in organic−inorganic hybrid solar cells with improved power conversion efficiency.
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