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Irene Gonzalez-Valls, Dechan Angmo, Suren A. Gevorgyan, Juan Sebastián Reparaz, Frederik C. Krebs and Monica Lira-Cantu Comparison of two types of vertically aligned ZnO NRs for highly efficient polymer solar cells Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 51

Version of Record online: 27 NOV 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/polb.23214

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Vertically aligned zinc oxide nanorods can be used as an electron-transporting layer for polymer-fullerene solar cells. Here, they are prepared using two different synthesis methods and applied to solar cells in an inverted configuration. The effects of different polymer-fullerene blend combinations and nanorod aspect ratio and dimensions are studied, and it is found that the photovoltaic performance is influenced by many factors, especially by the degree of infiltration of the organic polymer blend within the ZnO nanorod layer.

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