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8-Hydroxylquinoline (OQ) is demonstrated for the first time as a strong alternative anchoring group porphyrin dyes to improve the long-term stability of solar cells.
A simple zinc porphyrin with an acrylic acid at the meso position exhibits an energy conversion efficiency of 5.1%, demonstrating its potential for cost-effective dye-sensitized solar cells.
Novel 8-HOQ-BODIPY-3I was developed as an efficient sensitizer for the near-infrared emission of ytterbium(III) ion at 980 nm under long wavelength excitation.
Porphyrin dyes with a triphenylamino group as an electron donor, para- or meta-benzoic acids as electron acceptors, and hydrogen (H) or mesityl (M) substituents on the meso position as auxiliary groups were synthesized. Their photophysical properties and photovoltaic performance in dye-sensitized solar cells were investigated. All four porphyrins exhibited… (More)
A new boron dipyrromethene (BODIPY) modified 8-hydroxylquinoline ligand (8-HOQ-BODIPY) is synthesized for the sensitization of near-infrared emission of lanthanide(III) ions. The BODIPY unit, as revealed by single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis, aligns almost perpendicularly to the 8-HOQ unit. The ligand exhibits strong absorption at ~506 nm and… (More)