The change of morphology in mixed layers due to different substrate temperature T of organic solar cells containing C60 and zinc phthalocyanine (ZnPc) is studied. Heating the substrate during deposition of the bulk heterojunction C60:ZnPc leads to a significant improvement of solar cell performance, mainly due to an increase in photocurrent and fill factor (FF). This is attributed to improved charge carrier percolation pathways within the C60:ZnPc blend. Using...Expand abstract
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The influence of substrate heating on morphology and layer growth in C60 : ZnPc bulk heterojunction solar cells
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