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000102049 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1063/1.1579133
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000102049 245__ $$aCyanine dye acting both as donor and acceptor in heterojunction photovoltaic devices
000102049 260__ $$bAmerican Institute of Physics Inc.$$c2003
000102049 269__ $$a2003
000102049 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000102049 500__ $$aCompilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved
000102049 500__ $$a03277529377
000102049 500__ $$a0003-6951
000102049 500__ $$aOrganic photovoltaic devices
000102049 520__ $$aThe investigation of the use of cyanine dyes in thin-film heterojunction photovoltaic devices was reported. It was shown that a carbocyanine dye acts as donor in conjunction with buckminsterfullerene (C60). Cyanine acts as acceptor when copoly(dicyano-phenylvinylene-triphenylamine) is used as donor. It was concluded that the electron energy levels of the frontier orbitals of the dye allow it to be used as donor and acceptor at the same time.
000102049 6531_ $$aDyes
000102049 6531_ $$aFullerenes
000102049 6531_ $$aPhotovoltaic cells
000102049 6531_ $$aThin films
000102049 6531_ $$aHeterojunctions
000102049 6531_ $$aOrganic compounds
000102049 6531_ $$aElectron energy levels
000102049 700__ $$aMeng, F.
000102049 700__ $$aChen, K.
000102049 700__ $$aTian, H.
000102049 700__ $$0240195$$aZuppiroli, L.$$g106787
000102049 700__ $$0241460$$aNüesch, F.$$g105997
000102049 773__ $$j82$$k21$$q3788$$tApplied Physics Letters
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