K. P. Musselman

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The morphology in organic photovoltaics plays a key role in determining the device efficiency. We propose a method to fabricate bilayer devices with controlled nanostructured interfaces by combining nanoimprinting and lamination techniques. This technique allows us to achieve a network structure of donor-acceptor material with a ϳ80 nm periodicity and ϳ40(More)
Metal oxide nanostructures have garnered a lot of attention for use in hybrid solar cells. We report on the synthesis of ultra-thin nanoporous anodic alumina templates on indium tin oxide (ITO)/glass substrates. These templates have been used to electrochemically deposit free-standing arrays of Cu2O (p-type) and ZnO (n-type) nanowires over device-suitable(More)
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