Controlled growth of dibenzotetraphenylperiflanthene thin films by varying substrate temperature for photovoltaic applications

@article{Zhou2011ControlledGO,
  title={Controlled growth of dibenzotetraphenylperiflanthene thin films by varying substrate temperature for photovoltaic applications},
  author={Y. Zhou and T. Taima and Yosei Shibata and T. Miyadera and T. Yamanari and Y. Yoshida},
  journal={Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells},
  year={2011},
  volume={95},
  pages={2861-2866}
}
  • Y. Zhou, T. Taima, +3 authors Y. Yoshida
  • Published 2011
  • Materials Science
  • Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells
  • Abstract We investigate the growth of a novel organic photovoltaic material, dibenzotetraphenylperiflanthene (DBP) thin film by ultra-high-vacuum evaporation. It is shown that the surface morphology and crystalline order of DBP thin films are greatly changed by growth temperature. Especially, at 90 °C, the DBP exhibits a unique orientated growth with long well-directional grain structures. The power conversion efficiency of the device using DBP grown at 90 °C is enhanced by a factor of 61… CONTINUE READING
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