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Novel rhodanine based molecular acceptor for organic solar cells

Subianto, Surya, Andersson, Mats, Dutta, Naba and Choudhury, Namita Roy 2017, Novel rhodanine based molecular acceptor for organic solar cells, EPJ photovoltaics, vol. 8, doi: 10.1051/epjpv/2017007.

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Title Novel rhodanine based molecular acceptor for organic solar cells
Author(s) Subianto, Surya
Andersson, Mats
Dutta, Naba
Choudhury, Namita Roy
Journal name EPJ photovoltaics
Volume number 8
Article ID 80402
Total pages 5
Publisher EDP Sciences
Place of publication London, Eng.
Publication date 2017
ISSN 2105-0716
Summary A dirhodanine-substituted benzothiadiazole compound has been synthesised using Knoevenagel condensation of a dialdehyde-substituted benzothiadiazole and rhodanine. The resulting compound was deep orange red in colour and shows a HOMO and LUMO levels of −5.61 and −3.85 eV respectively, which makes it suitable for applications such as acceptor for organic solar cells.
Language eng
DOI 10.1051/epjpv/2017007
Copyright notice ©2017, S. Subianto et al.
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