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The ability to laminate and delaminate top metal contacts during the processing and testing of inverted polymer solar cells has led us to uncover the peculiar dependence of their open-circuit voltage (V(oc)) on the annealing sequence. Specifically, thermally annealing inverted polymer solar cells having bulk-heterojunction photoactive layers after top(More)
The alignment between the energy levels of the constituents of an organic solar cell plays a central role in determining the open-circuit voltage. However, tuning the energy levels of electrodes and/or active components via molecular modifiers placed at interfaces is not straightforward. The morphology of organic materials is commonly controlled by the(More)
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