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Anastasia Soultati, Antonios M. Douvas, Dimitra G. Georgiadou, Leonidas C. Palilis, Thomas Bein, Johann M. Feckl, Spyros Gardelis, Mihalis Fakis, Stella Kennou, Polycarpos Falaras, Thomas Stergiopoulos, Nikolaos A. Stathopoulos, Dimitris Davazoglou, Panagiotis Argitis and Maria Vasilopoulou Solution-Processed Hydrogen Molybdenum Bronzes as Highly Conductive Anode Interlayers in Efficient Organic Photovoltaics Advanced Energy Materials 4

Version of Record online: 2 OCT 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201300896

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The incorporation of solution-processed hydrogen molybdenum bronzes as anode interlayers in organic photovoltaic cells is presented. High power conversion efficiencies are observed in devices based on polymeric donors and fullerene acceptors that include a bronze with a moderate degree of reduction, namely the s-HxMoO2.75, as the anode interlayer.

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