Two characteristic length scales are revealed and quantified in a complex hierarchical polymer–fullerene blend by combining different X-ray scattering techniques. Anti-correlated composition variations between meso- and nanoscale separation are observed and impacted by the solvent mixture. Due to competition between the impact of the two length scales, the relation to device performance is complex and an ideal morphology is yet to be delineated.
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