A series of dicyanovinyl-oligothiophenes are investigated concerning their thermal stability, absorption in thin film, and hole mobility. Due to very high extinction coefficients, these materials are interesting for application as donor in solar cells. The quinquethiophene DCV2-5T, which shows a hole mobility of 2.2×10–5 cm2/Vs, is used as donor material in a flat heterojunction organic small molecule solar cells. Despite a very thin donor layer of only 6 nm, ...Expand abstract
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Dicyanovinyl substituted oligothiophenes: Thermal stability, mobility measurements, and performance in photovoltaic devices
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