Nanostructured Hybrid Solar Cells: Dependence of the Open Circuit Voltage on the Interfacial Composition

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Treat, N.D., Campos, L.M., Dimitriou, M.D.; Ma, B.; Chabinyc, M.L.; Hawker, C.J.;
Adv. Mater.,
2010
22, 49824986.

Nanostructured amorphous titanium suboxide electrodes were fabricated to determine the effects of the electrode geometry on the device performance of poly(3-hexylthiophene): (6,6)-phenyl C61 butyric acid methyl ester inverted solar cells. It was found that a combination of electrode geometry and active layer processing influences the open circuit voltage in these devices.