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  1. Electronic Structure of the Positive Radical of 13C-Labeled Poly(3-Octylthienylene Vinylene) Polymer
  2. Toward bulk heterojunction polymer solar cells with thermally stable active layer morphology
  3. Synthesis of PPV-b-PEG block copolymers via CuAAC conjugation
  4. Investigating the role of efficiency enhancing interlayers for bulk heterojunction solar cells by scanning probe microscopy
  5. Amphiphilic N-methylimidazole-functionalized diblock copolythiophenes
  6. Study of optical and electrical properties of water-soluble conjugated poly(3-hexylthiophene) on different grain-sized mesoporous TiO2 layers
  7. ChemInform Abstract: Synthetic Routes Toward Asymmetrically Substituted (Functionalized) 4H-Cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophenes.
  8. Facile synthesis of 3-(ω-acetoxyalkyl)thiophenes and derived copolythiophenes using Rieke zinc
  9. Enhanced intrinsic stability of the bulk heterojunction active layer blend of polymer solar cells by varying the polymer side chain pattern
  10. Electronic structure of positive and negative polarons in functionalized dithienylthiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles: a combined EPR and DFT study
  11. Enhanced open-circuit voltage in polymer solar cells by dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole N-acylation
  12. Synthesis of ester side chain functionalized all-conjugated diblock copolythiophenes via the Rieke method
  13. Direct arylation as a versatile tool towards thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole-based semiconducting materials
  14. Poly(3-alkylthiophene) nanofibers for optoelectronic devices
  15. On the Relation between Morphology and FET Mobility of Poly(3-alkylthiophene)s at the Polymer/SiO2and Polymer/Air Interface
  16. Imidazolium-substituted ionic (co)polythiophenes: Compositional influence on solution behavior and thermal properties
  17. In situ monitoring the thermal degradation of PCPDTBT low band gap polymers with varying alkyl side-chain patterns
  18. Synthetic Routes toward Asymmetrically Substituted (Functionalized) 4H-Cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophenes
  19. Synthesis of MDMO-PPV Nanoparticles Via In Situ Sulfinyl Precursor Route Polymerization in Miniemulsion
  20. Influence of fullerene photodimerization on the PCBM crystallization in polymer: Fullerene bulk heterojunctions under thermal stress
  21. Imidazolium-Substituted Polythiophenes as Efficient Electron Transport Materials Improving Photovoltaic Performance
  22. Comparative Kinetic Monte Carlo study of the Sulfinyl and Dithiocarbamate Precursor Route toward Highly Regioregular MDMO-PPV
  23. Corrigendum: An Efficient and Reliable Procedure for the Preparation of Highly Reactive Rieke Zinc
  24. Improved thermal stability of bulk heterojunctions based on side-chain functionalized poly(3-alkylthiophene) copolymers and PCBM
  25. Reaction of 4H-cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophenes with NBS—a route toward 2H-cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophene-2,6(4H)-diones
  26. Correction: The Importance of Bridging Points for Charge Transport in Webs of Conjugated Polymer Nanofibers
  27. Anionic PPV polymerization from the sulfinyl precursor route: Block copolymer formation from sequential addition of monomers
  28. Trivalent organophosphorus reagent induced pinacol rearrangement of 4H-cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophen-4-one
  29. Ester-functionalized poly(3-alkylthiophene) copolymers: Synthesis, physicochemical characterization and performance in bulk heterojunction organic solar cells
  30. An Efficient and Reliable Procedure for the Preparation of Highly Reactive Rieke Zinc
  31. Life cycle analyses of organic photovoltaics: a review
  32. Quinoxaline derivatives with broadened absorption patterns
  33. Solution-processed bi-layer polythiophene–fullerene organic solar cells
  34. Thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles – promising building blocks in the synthesis of semiconductors for plastic electronics
  35. Synthesis of well-defined PPV containing block polymers with precise endgroup control by a dual-initiator strategy
  36. Effect of Polymer Crystallinity in P3HT:PCBM Solar Cells on Band Gap Trap States and Apparent Recombination Order
  37. Combined characterization techniques to understand the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices: the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  38. Stability and degradation of organic photovoltaics fabricated, aged, and characterized by the ISOS 3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  39. Functionalized Dithienylthiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles For Solution-Processable Organic Field-Effect Transistors
  40. Ligand exchange and photoluminescence quenching in organic-inorganic blends poly(3-hexylthiophene) P3HT:PbS
  41. Crystallization kinetics and morphology relations on thermally annealed bulk heterojunction solar cell blends studied by rapid heat cool calorimetry (RHC)
  42. Improved Photovoltaic Performance of a Semicrystalline Narrow Bandgap Copolymer Based on 4H-Cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophene Donor and Thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole Acceptor Units
  43. The Importance of Bridging Points for Charge Transport in Webs of Conjugated Polymer Nanofibers
  44. Living Polymerization via Anionic Initiation for the Synthesis of Well-Defined PPV Materials
  45. TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  46. Charge transfer in the weak driving force limit in blends of MDMO-PPV and dithienylthiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles towards organic photovoltaics with high VOC
  47. On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  48. Investigation of the degradation mechanisms of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by combination of imaging techniques—the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  49. Controlled synthesis of MDMO-PPV and block copolymers made thereof
  50. Synthesis of poly(p-phenylene vinylene) materials via the precursor routes
  51. Influence of octanedithiol on the nanomorphology of PCPDTBT:PCBM blends studied by solid-state NMR
  52. The ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration focused on the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices
  53. Influence of the processing solvent on the photoactive layer nanomorphology of P3HT/PC60 BM solar cells
  54. CAFM on conjugated polymer nanofibers: Capable of assessing one fiber mobility
  55. Opto-electrical and morphological characterization of water soluble conjugated polymers for eco-friendly hybrid solar cells
  56. Optical detection of deep electron traps in poly(p-phenylene vinylene) light-emitting diodes
  57. Kinetic Monte Carlo Modeling of the Sulfinyl Precursor Route for Poly(p-phenylene vinylene) Synthesis
  58. Discovery of an Anionic Polymerization Mechanism for High Molecular Weight PPV Derivatives via the Sulfinyl Precursor Route
  59. Synthesis and characterization of water-soluble poly(p-phenylene vinylene) derivatives via the dithiocarbamate precursor route
  60. Poly(3-alkylthiophene) Nanofibers for Photovoltaic Energy Conversion
  61. Synthesis and characterization of high molecular weight phthalocyanine-PPV copolymers through post-polymerization functionalization
  62. Isothermal crystallization of P3HT:PCBM blends studied by RHC
  63. Influence of Fullerene Ordering on the Energy of the Charge-Transfer State and Open-Circuit Voltage in Polymer:Fullerene Solar Cells
  64. Description of the nanostructured morphology of [6,6]-phenyl-C61-butyric acid methyl ester (PCBM) by XRD, DSC and solid-state NMR
  65. Solid-state NMR as a tool to describe and quantify the morphology of photoactive layers used in plastic solar cells
  66. An Efficient Acid-Induced Conversion of Dithiocarbamate Precursor Polymers into Conjugated Materials
  67. Phase behavior of PCBM blends with different conjugated polymers
  68. Broadening the absorption of conjugated polymers by “click” functionalization with phthalocyanines
  69. Tetra-alkoxy substituted PPV derivatives: a new class of highly soluble liquid crystalline conjugated polymers
  70. Controlling the Morphology and Efficiency of Hybrid ZnO:Polythiophene Solar Cells Via Side Chain Functionalization
  71. A deeper Insight into the Dithiocarbamate Precursor Route: Synthesis of Soluble Poly(thienylene vinylene) Derivatives for Photovoltaic Applications
  72. A Three-Step Synthetic Approach to Asymmetrically Functionalized 4H-Cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophenes
  73. ChemInform Abstract: Unexpected Rearrangements in the Synthesis of Arylidene- or Alkylidene- 2-thiophthalides.
  74. Kinetic and Mechanistic Study on p-Quinodimethane Formation in the Sulfinyl Precursor Route for the Polymerization of Poly(p-phenylenevinylene) (PPV)
  75. ChemInform Abstract: Scope and Limitations of a New Highly Selective Synthesis of Unsymmetrical Monomers for the Synthesis of Precursors Toward Poly(arylenevinylene)s.
  76. Alkyl-Chain-Length-Independent Hole Mobility via Morphological Control with Poly(3-alkylthiophene) Nanofibers
  77. Influence of nanoscale phase separation on geminate versus bimolecular recombination in P3HT:fullerene blend films
  78. Versatile post-polymerization functionalization of poly(p-phenylene vinylene) copolymers containing carboxylic acid substituents: development of a universal method towards functional conjugated copolymers
  79. Controlling the morphology of nanofiber-P3HT:PCBM blends for organic bulk heterojunction solar cells
  80. Effect of Alkyl Side-Chain Length on Photovoltaic Properties of Poly(3-alkylthiophene)/PCBM Bulk Heterojunctions
  81. Development of novel processable electron accepting conjugated polymers containing fluoranthene units in the main chain
  82. Varying polymer crystallinity in nanofiber poly(3-alkylthiophene): PCBM solar cells: Influence on charge-transfer state energy and open-circuit voltage
  83. The use of nanofibers of P3HT in bulk heterojunction solar cells: the effect of order and morphology on the performance of P3HT:PCBM blends
  84. Role of electron-hole pair formation in organic magnetoresistance
  85. Exploring the Dithiocarbamate Precursor Route: Observation of a Base Induced Regioregularity Excess in Poly[(2-methoxy-5-(3′,7′-dimethyloctyloxy))-1,4-phenylenevinylene] (MDMO−PPV)
  86. Cyclic voltammetry studies of n-type polymers with non-alternant fluoranthene units
  87. Phase Diagram of P3HT/PCBM Blends and Its Implication for the Stability of Morphology
  88. Efficient formation, isolation and characterization of poly(3-alkylthiophene) nanofibres: probing order as a function of side-chain length
  89. Bulk heterojunction organic solar cells based on soluble poly(thienylene vinylene) derivatives
  90. The Relation Between Open-Circuit Voltage and the Onset of Photocurrent Generation by Charge-Transfer Absorption in Polymer : Fullerene Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
  91. Effect of temperature on the morphological and photovoltaic stability of bulk heterojunction polymer:fullerene solar cells
  92. Evidence of the improvement of photovoltaic efficiency by polar molecule orientation in a new semiconducting polymer
  93. Influence of thermal ageing on the stability of polymer bulk heterojunction solar cells
  94. 2,5-Substituted PPV-Derivatives with Different Polarities: The Effect of Side Chain Polarity on Solubility, Optical and Electronic Properties
  95. Low Band Gap Donor−Acceptor Conjugated Polymers toward Organic Solar Cells Applications
  96. Plasma Deposition of Thiophene Derivatives Under Atmospheric Pressure
  97. Light-emitting organic field-effect transistor using an organic heterostructure within the transistor channel
  98. Precursor route poly(thienylene vinylene) for organic solar cells: Photophysics and photovoltaic performance
  99. Poly( p -fluoranthene vinylene)
  100. Light-emitting organic field-effect transistors using an organic heterostructure inside the transistor channel
  101. Low-bandgap poly(thienylene vinylene) for organic solar cells: photophysics and photovoltaic performance
  102. Synthesis and Properties of Poly(p-fluoranthene vinylene):  A Novel Conjugated Polymer with Nonalternant Repeating Units
  103. Block-type architectures for Poly(p-Phenylene Vinylene) derivatives: a reality or an illusion?
  104. Synthesis and complete NMR spectral assignment of thiophene-substituted sulfinyl monomers
  105. Low-level optical absorption phenomena in organic thin films for solar cell applications investigated by highly sensitive photocurrent and photothermal techniques
  106. Synthesis of PTV vis the dithiocarbamate route: a new precursor route toward conjugated polymers
  107. Copolymers of 3,4-Ethylenedioxythiophene and of Pyridine Alternated with Fluorene or Phenylene Units:  Synthesis, Optical Properties, and Devices
  108. Novel Regiospecific MDMO−PPV Copolymer with Improved Charge Transport for Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
  109. Modelling the short-circuit current of polymer bulk heterojunction solar cells
  110. Verification of Radical and Anionic Polymerization Mechanisms in the Sulfinyl and the Gilch Route
  111. State-of-the-art MDMO-PPV:PCBM bulk heterojunction organic solar cells: materials, nanomorphology, and electro-optical properties
  112. Morphology of MDMO-PPV:PCBM bulk heterojunction organic solar cells studied by AFM, KFM, and TEM
  113. Conjugated polymers based on new thienylene – PPV derivatives for solar cell applications
  114. Polymerization Behavior of Xanthate-Containing Monomers toward PPV Precursor Polymers:  Study of the Elimination Behavior of Precursor Polymers and Oligomers with in-Situ FT-IR and UV−Vis Analytical Techniques
  115. Temperature Dependence of the Reduction of Phthalic Thioanhydrides by NaBH4: Competition between 3-Hydroxythiolactone and Phthalide Formation
  116. Synthesis and Characterization of Poly(pyridine vinylene) via the Sulfinyl Precursor Route
  117. Intermolecular Order of Poly-(2,5-dimethyl- para-phenylene vinylene) and Poly-( para-phenylene vinylene) – A Comparison
  118. H NMR Relaxation Study of the Gelation of Syndiotactic Poly(methyl methacrylate) in Toluene
  119. Intermolecular Order of Poly-(2,5-dimethyl-para-phenylene vinylene) and Poly-(para-phenylene vinylene) — A Comparison
  120. 1H and13C NMR Full Assignment of a Series of Precursor Polymers Derived from the Sulfinyl Route Towards Poly(p-phenylene vinylene)
  121. Highly Selective Route to Unsymmetrically Substituted 1-{2-[(Butylsulfanyl)methyl]-5-(chloromethyl)-4-methoxyphenoxy}-3,7-dimethyloctane and Isomers toward Synthesis of Conjugated Polymer OC1C10 Used in LEDs: Synthesis and Optimization
  122. Relationships between Microvoid Heterogeneity and Physical Properties in Cross-Linked Elastomers:  An NMR Imaging Study
  123. New synthetic routes to poly(isothianaphthene)
  124. Phase behaviour and solvent diffusion in the system poly(methyl methacrylate)/methanol
  125. Phase behaviour and solvent diffusion in the system poly(methyl methacrylate)/methanol
  126. Complete assignment of 1H and 13C NMR spectra of a set of sulphinyl and sulphonyl monomers toward poly(p‐phenylenevinylene) precursors
  127. Complete assignment of1H and13C NMR spectra of a set of sulphinyl and sulphonyl monomers toward poly(p-phenylenevinylene) precursors
  128. Scope and Limitations of a New Highly Selective Synthesis of Unsymmetrical Monomers for the Synthesis of Precursors toward Poly(arylenevinylene)s
  129. New Synthesis of a Soluble High Molecular Weight Poly(arylene vinylene): Poly[2-methoxy-5-(3,7-dimethyloctyloxy)-p-phenylene vinylene]. Polymerization and Device Properties
  130. Optimization of the Polymerization Process of Sulfinyl Precursor Polymers toward Poly(p-phenylenevinylene)
  131. Critical Analysis of Network Defects in Cross-Linked Isobutylene-Based Elastomers by NMR Imaging
  132. Highly Selective Route for Producing Unsymmetrically Substituted Monomers toward Synthesis of Conjugated Polymers Derived from Poly(p-phenylene vinylene)
  133. Synthesis of aza-analogues of poly(isothianaphthene)
  134. Investigation of Photoinduced Charge Transfer in Composites of a Novel Precursor PPV Polymer and Fullerenes
  135. Polymer Leds Based on N-Alkylsulfinyl Ppv Precursor Polymers
  136. Quantitative carbon-13 solid-state n.m.r. and FT–Raman spectroscopy in novolac resins
  137. Metabolites in feces can be important markers for the abuse of anabolic steroids in cattle†
  138. A general approach to precursors for poly(arylene vinylene) derivatives: Mechanism, scope and modifications
  139. Identification of some important metabolites of boldenone in urine and feces of cattle by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry†
  140. Effect of oxygen on the electrical characteristics of PPV-LEDs
  141. Synthesis of poly(isothianaphthene) from 1,1,3,3-tetrachlorothiophthalan and tert-butylmercaptan: mechanism and quantitative analysis by solid state n.m.r.
  142. Characterization of poly(isothianaphthene) derivatives and analogs by using solid-state 13C NMR
  143. Grignard Reactions on Ortho Dicarboxylic Arene Derivatives. Synthesis of 1,3-Dithienylisothianaphthene Compounds
  144. The synthesis and characterization of soluble poly(isothianaphthene)-derivatives
  145. Imaging of the ageing on organic electroluminescent diodes, under different atmospheres by impedance spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy and SIMS depth profiling analysis
  146. Unexpected rearrangements in the synthesis of arylidene- or alkylidene-2-thiophthalides
  147. New synthetic routes to poly(isothianaphthene). II. Mechanistic aspects of the reactions of phthalic anhydride and phthalide with phosphorus pentasulfide
  148. Use of Magnetic Resonance Imaging To Study Transport of Methanol in Poly(methyl methacrylate) at Variable Temperature
  149. Solid-State NMR Study of the Multiphase Behavior of Linear and Cross-Linked Poly(1,3-dioxolane)
  150. Study of Solvent Diffusion in Polymeric Materials Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  151. On the quinoid structure of poly(isothianaphthene): A vibrational spectroscopic study
  152. New synthetic routes to poly (isothianaphthene) I. Reaction of phthalic anhydride and phthalide with phosphorus pentasulfide
  153. Development and Optimization of Fast Quantitative Carbon-13 NMR Characterization Methods of Novolac Resins
  154. The synthesis of methoxy substituted model compounds for structural analysis of poly(isothianaphthene)-derivatives
  155. Improving selectivity by using a multipurpose cross polarization magic angle spinning NMR pulse sequence
  156. 13C NMR analysis of ‘Cava’-poly(isothianaphthene) oligomers
  157. 13C CP/MAS n.m.r. study of changes in molecular mobility of a bituminous coal during desulphurization
  158. Short communication
  159. Semi-quantitative oxygen functional group distribution in two coal types
  160. Dynamic and structural parameters of coal and coal-derived products
  161. Characterization by 13C CP/MAS n.m.r. spectroscopy of the structural changes in coals after chemical treatments
  162. A 13C CP/MAS NMR investigation of poly(isothianaphthene)
  163. Smooth generation of 3H-2-benzopyran-3-ones and their Diels–Alder reactions with olefinic dienophiles
  164. Thermolysis of benzopyranone-indenone adducts. 2. Some new aspects of the mechanism
  165. Thermolysis of benzopyranone-indenone adducts: a new route to the C-nor-D-homo steroid skeleton