Publication detail

Physical structure and stability tests of novel diketopyrrolopyroles for organic solar cells

DAVID, J., FREBORT, Š., KUBÁČ, L., KRAJČOVIČ, J. KUČERÍK, J., WEITER, M.

Original Title

Physical structure and stability tests of novel diketopyrrolopyroles for organic solar cells

English Title

Physical structure and stability tests of novel diketopyrrolopyroles for organic solar cells

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The current trend in organic electronics is so-called renaissance of color the developing of novel monomer dye structures as DPPs, isoindigo, benzodifuranones etc. which are being modified and coupled to serve as the active materials themselves or a building blocks of them. DPP pigments are plaing now major role in organic electronics. Stability of DPP materials is a crucial issue for their further utilization, even if it would be a non-electrical one.

English abstract

The current trend in organic electronics is so-called renaissance of color the developing of novel monomer dye structures as DPPs, isoindigo, benzodifuranones etc. which are being modified and coupled to serve as the active materials themselves or a building blocks of them. DPP pigments are plaing now major role in organic electronics. Stability of DPP materials is a crucial issue for their further utilization, even if it would be a non-electrical one.

Keywords

organic solar cells, diketopyrrolopyrroles, stability

Released

25.08.2015

Location

Ljublana, Slovinsko

ISBN

978-3-940237-34-7

Book

Book of abstract of the 3rd Central and Easten Europe Conference on Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry

Pages from

372

Pages to

372

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT117704,
  author="Jozef {Krajčovič}",
  title="Physical structure and stability tests of novel diketopyrrolopyroles for organic solar cells",
  annote="The current trend in organic electronics is so-called renaissance of color the developing of novel monomer dye structures as DPPs, isoindigo, benzodifuranones etc. which are being modified and coupled to serve as the active materials themselves or a building blocks of them. DPP pigments are plaing now major role in organic electronics. Stability of DPP materials is a crucial issue for their further utilization, even if it would be a non-electrical one.",
  booktitle="Book of abstract of the 3rd Central and Easten Europe Conference on Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry",
  chapter="117704",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2015",
  month="august",
  pages="372--372",
  type="abstract"
}