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  1. Benzothiadiazole-based push-pull copolymers – Balancing synthetic complexity against organic solar cell efficiency
  2. A PDTPQx:PC61BM blend with pronounced charge-transfer absorption for organic resonant cavity photodetectors – direct arylation polymerization vs. Stille polycondensation
  3. Quantum-Chemical Calculation and Spectroscopic Study if π-Conjugation Pathway in NH-Tautomers of Corrole Free Bases
  4. Bridge control of photophysical properties in benzothiazole-phenoxazine emitters – from thermally activated delayed fluorescence to room temperature phosphorescence
  5. Perspective on the application of continuous flow chemistry for polymer-based organic electronics
  6. Dominant dimer emission provides colour stability for red thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitter
  7. meso-Ethynyl-extended push–pull type porphyrins for near-infrared organic photodetectors
  8. Tuning Electronic and Morphological Properties for High‐Performance Wavelength‐Selective Organic Near‐Infrared Cavity Photodetectors
  9. Narrow electroluminescence linewidths for reduced nonradiative recombination in organic solar cells and near-infrared light-emitting diodes
  10. Wavelength‐Selective Organic Photodetectors
  11. Heavy‐Atom‐Free Bay‐Substituted Perylene Diimide Donor‐Acceptor Photosensitizers
  12. Difluorodithieno[3,2-a:2′,3′-c]phenazine as a strong acceptor for materials displaying thermally activated delayed fluorescence or room temperature phosphorescence
  13. Benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b']dithiophene as a weak donor component for push-pull materials displaying thermally activated delayed fluorescence or room temperature phosphorescence
  14. The Interplay of Stability between Donor and Acceptor Materials in a Fullerene‐Free Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cell Blend
  15. Intrinsic Detectivity Limits of Organic Near‐Infrared Photodetectors
  16. Near‐Infrared BODIPY‐Acridine Dyads Acting as Heavy‐Atom‐Free Dual‐Functioning Photosensitizers
  17. Continuous Droplet Flow Synthesis of a Near-Infrared Responsive Push–Pull Copolymer toward Large Scale Implementation of Organic Photodetectors
  18. The effect of halogenation on PBDTT-TQxT based non-fullerene polymer solar cells – Chlorination vs fluorination
  19. Phosphonium‐based polythiophene conjugated polyelectrolytes with different surfactant counterions: thermal properties, self‐assembly and photovoltaic performances
  20. Spectral and Luminescent Properties and NH-Tautomerism of Alkylated Corrole Free Bases
  21. The evolution of the most important research topics in organic and perovskite solar cell research from 2008 to 2017: A bibliometric literature review using bibliographic coupling analysis
  22. Phase Behavior in the Active Layer of Small Molecule Organic Photovoltaics: State Diagram of p-DTS(FBTTh2)2:PC71BM
  23. Photogenerated charge collection on diamond electrodes with covalently linked chromophore monolayers
  24. Comparative study on the effects of alkylsilyl and alkylthio side chains on the performance of fullerene and non-fullerene polymer solar cells
  25. Efficient and readily tuneable near-infrared photodetection up to 1500 nm enabled by thiadiazoloquinoxaline-based push–pull type conjugated polymers
  26. Finding the optimal exchange–correlation functional to describe the excited state properties of push–pull organic dyes designed for thermally activated delayed fluorescence
  27. Corrole basicity in the excited states: Insights on structure–property relationships
  28. Ladder-type high gap conjugated polymers based on indacenodithieno[3,2-b]thiophene and bithiazole for organic photovoltaics
  29. Analysis of bulk heterojunction organic solar cell blends by solid-state NMR relaxometry and sensitive external quantum efficiency – Impact of polymer side chain variation on nanoscale morphology
  30. Thermochromism of Corrole Solutions in Ethanol
  31. Homocoupling Defects of a Small Donor Molecule for Organic Photovoltaics: Quantification of the Eutectic State Diagram by Rapid Heat–Cool Differential Scanning Calorimetry
  32. Fluorescent PCDTBT Nanoparticles with Tunable Size for Versatile Bioimaging
  33. EPR Characterization of the Light-Induced Negative Polaron in a Functionalized Dithienylthiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole Acceptor for Organic Photovoltaics
  34. All-polymer solar cells based on photostable bis(perylene diimide) acceptor polymers
  35. Temperature Dependence of Excited Singlet S1-State Deactivation in Corrole Free Bases
  36. Synthesis and properties of a P3HT-based ABA triblock copolymer containing a perfluoropolyether central segment
  37. Growth of Boron-Doped Diamond Films on Gold-Coated Substrates with and without Gold Nanoparticle Formation
  38. Can europium atoms form luminescent centres in diamond: A combined theoretical–experimental study
  39. Effect of Branching on the Optical Properties of Poly(p-phenylene ethynylene) Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticles for Bioimaging
  40. Diamond surface functionalization: from gemstone to photoelectrochemical applications
  41. Diketopyrrolopyrrole-based terpolymers with tunable broad band absorption for fullerene and fullerene-free polymer solar cells
  42. Impact of the donor polymer on recombination via triplet excitons in a fullerene-free organic solar cell
  43. Molecular Structure and Conformation of Free Base Corroles
  44. The Impact of Acceptor-Acceptor Homocoupling on the Optoelectronic Properties and Photovoltaic Performance of PDTSQxff Low Bandgap Polymers
  45. A Universal Route to Fabricate n-i-p Multi-Junction Polymer Solar Cells via Solution Processing
  46. Disentangling overlapping high-field EPR spectra of organic radicals: Identification of light-induced polarons in the record fullerene-free solar cell blend PBDB-T:ITIC
  47. A PCPDTTPD-based narrow bandgap conjugated polyelectrolyte for organic solar cells
  48. On the “True” Structure of Push-Pull-Type Low-Bandgap Polymers for Organic Electronics
  49. An effective strategy to enhance the dielectric constant of organic semiconductors – CPDTTPD-based low bandgap polymers bearing oligo(ethylene glycol) side chains
  50. Functionalization of boron-doped diamond with a push–pull chromophore via Sonogashira and CuAAC chemistry
  51. Near-infrared organic photodetectors based on bay-annulated indigo showing broadband absorption and high detectivities up to 1.1 μm
  52. Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticles for Bioimaging
  53. Conjugated ionic (co)polythiophene-based cathode interlayers for bulk heterojunction organic solar cells
  54. Absorption and Fluorescence Features of an Amphiphilic meso-Pyrimidinylcorrole: Experimental Study and Quantum Chemical Calculations
  55. Expanding the Scope of Diamond Surface Chemistry: Stille and Sonogashira Cross-Coupling Reactions
  56. Tuning the optical properties of poly( p -phenylene ethynylene) nanoparticles as bio-imaging probes by side chain functionalization
  57. Steering the Properties of MoOx Hole Transporting Layers in OPVs and OLEDs: Interface Morphology vs. Electronic Structure
  58. Designing Small Molecule Organic Solar Cells with High Open-Circuit Voltage
  59. Tuning of PCDTBT:PC71BM blend nanoparticles for eco-friendly processing of polymer solar cells
  60. High dielectric constant conjugated materials for organic photovoltaics
  61. Molecular weight tuning of low bandgap polymers by continuous flow chemistry: increasing the applicability of PffBT4T for organic photovoltaics
  62. Elucidating Batch-to-Batch Variation Caused by Homocoupled Side Products in Solution-Processable Organic Solar Cells
  63. Synthesis of Highly Fluorescent All-Conjugated Alternating Donor–Acceptor (Block) Copolymers via GRIM Polymerization
  64. Improved efficiency of polymer-fullerene bulk heterojunction solar cells by the addition of Cu(II)-porphyrin-oligothiophene conjugates
  65. The Influence of Conjugated Polymer Side Chain Manipulation on the Efficiency and Stability of Polymer Solar Cells
  66. High-Permittivity Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Interlayers for High-Performance Bulk Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells
  67. A direct arylation approach towards efficient small molecule organic solar cells
  68. A stability study of polymer solar cells using conjugated polymers with different donor or acceptor side chain patterns
  69. Phosphorescence of free base corroles
  70. Impact of structure and homo-coupling of the central donor unit of small molecule organic semiconductors on solar cell performance
  71. Influence of the amorphous phase and preceding solution processing on the eutectic behaviour in the state diagram of P3HT : PC61BM determined by rapid heat–cool calorimetry
  72. Homodiselenacalix[4]arenes: Molecules with Unique Channelled Crystal Structures
  73. Synthesis ofN,N’-dialkyl-6,6’-dibromoisoindigo derivatives by continuous flow
  74. Regioregular Polythiophene-Porphyrin Supramolecular Copolymers for Optoelectronic Applications
  75. Continuous Flow Polymer Synthesis toward Reproducible Large-Scale Production for Efficient Bulk Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells
  76. Origin of the Individual Basicity of Corrole NH-Tautomers: A Quantum Chemical Study on Molecular Structure and Dynamics, Kinetics, and Thermodynamics
  77. Simultaneous Enhancement of Solar Cell Efficiency and Stability by Reducing the Side Chain Density on Fluorinated PCPDTQx Copolymers
  78. Effect of molecular weight on morphology and photovoltaic properties in P3HT:PCBM solar cells
  79. Porphyrin-Based Bulk Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics: The Rise of the Colors of Life
  80. Molar Mass versus Polymer Solar Cell Performance: Highlighting the Role of Homocouplings
  81. Linear and propeller-like fluoro-isoindigo based donor–acceptor small molecules for organic solar cells
  82. Ultrasonic spray coating as deposition technique for the light-emitting layer in polymer LEDs
  83. N-acyl-dithieno[3,2-b:2’,3’-d]pyrrole-based low bandgap copolymers affording improved open-circuit voltages and efficiencies in polymer solar cells
  84. Quinoxaline-Based Cyclo(oligophenylenes)
  85. Enhanced Organic Solar Cell Stability by Polymer (PCPDTBT) Side Chain Functionalization
  86. Organic phototransistors using poly(3-hexylthiophene) nanofibres
  87. Fluorination as an effective tool to increase the open-circuit voltage and charge carrier mobility of organic solar cells based on poly(cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophene-alt-quinoxaline) copolymers
  88. Quantum chemical insights into the dependence of porphyrin basicity on the meso-aryl substituents: thermodynamics, buckling, reaction sites and molecular flexibility
  89. Low bandgap copolymers based on monofluorinated isoindigo towards efficient polymer solar cells
  90. Synthesis of a multifunctional poly(p-phenylene ethynylene) scaffold with clickable azide-containing side chains for (bio)sensor applications
  91. Dye-sensitization of boron-doped diamond foam: champion photoelectrochemical performance of diamond electrodes under solar light illumination
  92. Branched and linear A2–D–A1–D–A2isoindigo-based solution-processable small molecules for organic field-effect transistors and solar cells
  93. Combustion deposition of MoO3 films: from fundamentals to OPV applications
  94. Self-assembled conjugated polyelectrolyte–surfactant complexes as efficient cathode interlayer materials for bulk heterojunction organic solar cells
  95. Worldwide outdoor round robin study of organic photovoltaic devices and modules
  96. Functionalization of Boron-Doped Nanocrystalline Diamond with N3 Dye Molecules
  97. Boron-Doped Diamond Functionalization by an Electrografting/Alkyne-Azide Click Chemistry Sequence
  98. Toward bulk heterojunction polymer solar cells with thermally stable active layer morphology
  99. Investigating the role of efficiency enhancing interlayers for bulk heterojunction solar cells by scanning probe microscopy
  100. Amphiphilic N-methylimidazole-functionalized diblock copolythiophenes
  101. ChemInform Abstract: Synthetic Routes Toward Asymmetrically Substituted (Functionalized) 4H‐Cyclopenta[2,1‐b:3,4‐b′]dithiophenes.
  102. Molecular Structures and Absorption Spectra Assignment of Corrole NH Tautomers
  103. Facile synthesis of 3-(ω-acetoxyalkyl)thiophenes and derived copolythiophenes using Rieke zinc
  104. Enhanced intrinsic stability of the bulk heterojunction active layer blend of polymer solar cells by varying the polymer side chain pattern
  105. Synthetic protocols towards homodithiacalix[n]arenes
  106. Electronic structure of positive and negative polarons in functionalized dithienylthiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles: a combined EPR and DFT study
  107. Enhanced open-circuit voltage in polymer solar cells by dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole N-acylation
  108. Synthesis of ester side chain functionalized all-conjugated diblock copolythiophenes via the Rieke method
  109. Direct arylation as a versatile tool towards thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole-based semiconducting materials
  110. Poly(3-alkylthiophene) nanofibers for optoelectronic devices
  111. Diamond functionalization with light-harvesting molecular wires: improved surface coverage by optimized Suzuki cross-coupling conditions
  112. Correction: Diamond functionalization with light-harvesting molecular wires: improved surface coverage by optimized Suzuki cross-coupling conditions
  113. Imidazolium-substituted ionic (co)polythiophenes: Compositional influence on solution behavior and thermal properties
  114. Ionic high-performance light harvesting and carrier transporting OPV materials
  115. In situ monitoring the thermal degradation of PCPDTBT low band gap polymers with varying alkyl side-chain patterns
  116. Synthetic Routes toward Asymmetrically Substituted (Functionalized) 4H-Cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophenes
  117. Improving efficiencies by modulating the central metal ion in porphyrin-oligothiophene-mediated P3HT/PCBM organic solar cells
  118. Actuated Conformational Switching in a Single Crystal of a Homodithiacalix[4]arene
  119. Actuated Conformational Switching in a Single Crystal of a Homodithiacalix[4]arene
  120. Influence of fullerene photodimerization on the PCBM crystallization in polymer: Fullerene bulk heterojunctions under thermal stress
  121. Imidazolium‐Substituted Polythiophenes as Efficient Electron Transport Materials Improving Photovoltaic Performance
  122. Selenacalix[3]triazines: Anion Versus Proton Association (Eur. J. Org. Chem. 11/2013)
  123. Selenacalix[3]triazines: Anion Versus Proton Association
  124. Corrigendum: An Efficient and Reliable Procedure for the Preparation of Highly Reactive Rieke Zinc
  125. Improved thermal stability of bulk heterojunctions based on side-chain functionalized poly(3-alkylthiophene) copolymers and PCBM
  126. 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
  127. Synthetic Protocols towards Selenacalix[3]triazines
  128. Trivalent organophosphorus reagent induced pinacol rearrangement of 4H-cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophen-4-one
  129. Ester-functionalized poly(3-alkylthiophene) copolymers: Synthesis, physicochemical characterization and performance in bulk heterojunction organic solar cells
  130. An Efficient and Reliable Procedure for the Preparation of Highly Reactive Rieke Zinc
  131. Life cycle analyses of organic photovoltaics: a review
  132. Quinoxaline derivatives with broadened absorption patterns
  133. Solution-processed bi-layer polythiophene–fullerene organic solar cells
  134. Thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazoles – promising building blocks in the synthesis of semiconductors for plastic electronics
  135. Solvent-Dependent Deprotonation ofmeso-Pyrimidinylcorroles: Absorption and Fluorescence Studies
  136. Corrole NH Tautomers: Spectral Features and Individual Protonation
  137. Unraveling the Fluorescence Features of Individual Corrole NH Tautomers
  138. Stability and degradation of organic photovoltaics fabricated, aged, and characterized by the ISOS 3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  139. Corrole–Porphyrin Conjugates with Interchangeable Metal Centers
  140. Functionalized Dithienylthiazolo[5,4‐d]thiazoles For Solution‐Processable Organic Field‐Effect Transistors
  141. Vibrational states of Zn-meso-indolo[3,2-b]carbazolyl-substituted porphyrins: Fluorescence line narrowing study
  142. Ligand exchange and photoluminescence quenching in organic-inorganic blends poly(3-hexylthiophene) P3HT:PbS
  143. Oligoether-strapped meso-pyrimidinylporphyrins
  144. Combined experimental-theoretical NMR study on 2,5-bis(5-aryl-3-hexylthiophen-2-yl)-thiazolo[5,4-d]thiazole derivatives for printable electronics
  145. ChemInform Abstract: Selenacalix[3]triazines: Synthesis and Host-Guest Chemistry.
  146. (Thio)ureido Anion Receptors Based on a 1,3-Alternate Oxacalix[2]arene[2]pyrimidine Scaffold
  147. 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
  148. Living Polymerization via Anionic Initiation for the Synthesis of Well‐Defined PPV Materials
  149. Selenacalix[3]triazines: synthesis and host–guest chemistry
  150. TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  151. 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
  152. On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  153. Investigation of the degradation mechanisms of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by combination of imaging techniques—the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration
  154. Homoselenacalix[4]arenes: synthetic exploration and metallosupramolecular chemistry
  155. The ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration focused on the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices
  156. ChemInform Abstract: Influence of Macrocycle Protonation on the Photophysical Properties of Porphyrins
  157. Discovery of an Anionic Polymerization Mechanism for High Molecular Weight PPV Derivatives via the Sulfinyl Precursor Route
  158. Synthesis and characterization of water-soluble poly(p-phenylene vinylene) derivatives via the dithiocarbamate precursor route
  159. Homothiacalix[4]arenes: Synthetic Exploration and Solid-State Structures
  160. Odd-Numbered Oxacalix[n]arenes (n= 5, 7): Synthesis and Solid-State Structures
  161. Luminescence of meso-pyrimidinylcorroles: relationship with substitution pattern and heavy atom effects
  162. Influence of Macrocycle Protonation on the Photophysical Properties of Porphyrins
  163. Transformations in the Fluorescence Line Narrowing Spectra of Porphine upon the Formation of Diprotonated Species
  164. Determination of the surface acidity of a free-base corrole in a self-assembled monolayer
  165. A Three-Step Synthetic Approach to Asymmetrically Functionalized 4H-Cyclopenta[2,1-b:3,4-b′]dithiophenes
  166. Synthetic Exploration of Oxacalix[2]arene[2]quinazolines
  167. meso-Indolo[3,2-b]carbazolyl-Substituted Porphyrinoids: Synthesis, Characterization and Effect of the Number of Indolocarbazole Moieties on the Photophysical Properties
  168. An oxacalix[2]arene[2]pyrimidine-bis(Zn-porphyrin) tweezer as a selective receptor towards fullerene C70
  169. Synthetic, Structural, and Photophysical Exploration ofmeso-Pyrimidinyl-Substituted AB2-Corroles
  170. meso-Pyrimidinyl-Substituted A2B- and A3-Corroles
  171. ChemInform Abstract: Synthetic Aspects of Porphyrin Dendrimers.
  172. Determination of interaction strength between corrole and phenol derivatives in aqueous media using atomic force microscopy
  173. Expeditive Syntheses of Functionalized Pentahelicenes and NC-AFM on Ag(001)
  174. Synthetic Aspects of Porphyrin Dendrimers
  175. Homoselenacalix[n]arenes
  176. Efficient Fragment Coupling Approaches toward Large Oxacalix[n]arenes (n= 6, 8)
  177. ChemInform Abstract: Oxacalix[n](net)arenes
  178. Reductive demetallation of Cu-corroles—a new protective strategy towards functional free-base corroles
  179. PVC Supported Liquid Membrane and Carbon Paste Potentiometric Sensors Incorporating a Mn(III)-Porphyrin for the Direct Determination of Undissociated Paracetamol
  180. ChemInform Abstract: Efficient Post-Macrocyclization Functionalizations of Oxacalix[2]arene[2]pyrimidines.
  181. Efficient Post-Macrocyclization Functionalizations of Oxacalix[2]arene[2]pyrimidines
  182. Oxacalix[n](het)arenes
  183. meso-Pyrimidinyl-Substituted A2B-Corroles
  184. Selective Synthesis of Functionalized Thia- and Oxacalix[2]arene[2]pyrimidines
  185. Synthesis of Multi(metallo)porphyrin Dendrimers through Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution on m eso -Pyrimidinyl Substituted Porphyrins
  186. Synthesis of 1,2,4-triazole dendrimers
  187. Porphyrin-Functionalized Dendrimers: Synthesis and Application as Recyclable Photocatalysts in a Nanofiltration Membrane Reactor
  188. 5,5-Dialkyldipyrromethane as a precursor for the synthesis of calix[4]phyrins and pseudocorroles using MacDonald [2+2] condensations
  189. Benzimidazole-functionalized dendrons as molybdenum supports for selective epoxidation catalysis
  190. meso-Dichloropyrimidinyl substituted expanded porphyrins
  191. Synthesis of Novel Dendrimers Containing Pyrimidine Units.
  192. Synthesis of novel dendrimers containing pyrimidine units
  193. The use of 1,3,5-triazines in dendrimer synthesis