New Scanning Probe Techniques for Analyzing Organic Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
29 Jan 2015

Organic solar cells hold promise as an economical means of harvesting solar energy due to their ease of production and processing. This application note reviews the instrumental issues associated with the application of scanning probe microscopy techniques that have been shown to be useful in the study of nanostructured organic solar cells and opportunities for further improvements in scanning probe microscopy to contribute to OPV development.

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