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Monamie Sanyal, Benjamin Schmidt-Hansberg, Michael F. G. Klein, Alexander Colsmann, Carmen Munuera, Alexei Vorobiev, Uli Lemmer, Wilhelm Schabel, Helmut Dosch and Esther Barrena POLYMER SOLAR CELLS: In Situ X-Ray Study of Drying-Temperature Influence on the Structural Evolution of Bulk-Heterojunction Polymer–Fullerene Solar Cells Processed by Doctor-Blading (Adv. Energy Mater. 3/2011) Advanced Energy Materials 1

Version of Record online: 12 MAY 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201190014

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In situ X-ray measurements give insight into the effect of substrate temperature on the structural evolution of doctor-bladed P3HT:PCBM blends during the transition from wet to solid, report Benjamin Schmidt-Hansberg, Esther Barrena, and co-workers. Drying the active layer at lower temperature (10° C) leads to a better nanomorphology with a finer interpenetrating network, and may be an easy route for the optimization of the performance in doctor-bladed solar cells. on p. 363

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