The synthesis and characterization of four novel donor-acceptor-donor-extended oligomers, incorporating naphtha(1-b)thiophene-4-carboxylate or benzo(b)thieno(3,2-g) benzothiophene-4-carbo xylate 2-octyldodecyl esters as end-capping moieties, and two different conjugated core fragments, is reported. The end-capping moieties are obtained via a cascade sequence of sustainable organic reactions, and then coupled to benzo(c)(1,2,5)thiadiazole and its difluoro derivative as the electron-poor π-conjugated cores. The optoelectronic properties of the oligomers are reported. The novel compounds revealed good film forming properties, and when tested in bulk-heterojunction organic photovoltaic cell devices in combination with PC61BM, revealed good fill factors, but low efficiencies, due to their poor absorption profiles.

Synthesis and Evaluation of Scalable D-A-D π-extended oligomers as p-type organic materials for bulk-heterojunction solar cells

Nitti A.;Pasini D.
2020

Abstract

The synthesis and characterization of four novel donor-acceptor-donor-extended oligomers, incorporating naphtha(1-b)thiophene-4-carboxylate or benzo(b)thieno(3,2-g) benzothiophene-4-carbo xylate 2-octyldodecyl esters as end-capping moieties, and two different conjugated core fragments, is reported. The end-capping moieties are obtained via a cascade sequence of sustainable organic reactions, and then coupled to benzo(c)(1,2,5)thiadiazole and its difluoro derivative as the electron-poor π-conjugated cores. The optoelectronic properties of the oligomers are reported. The novel compounds revealed good film forming properties, and when tested in bulk-heterojunction organic photovoltaic cell devices in combination with PC61BM, revealed good fill factors, but low efficiencies, due to their poor absorption profiles.
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