Category archives: DIPC Polymers

Polymorphism in non-fullerene acceptors for organic solar cells

Polymorphism in non-fullerene acceptors for organic solar cells

DIPC PolymersMaterials

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Over the past several decades researchers have thought how materials and device architectures can efficiently convert solar radiation into electrical power through the photovoltaic effect. Those efforts have led to different methods and processes to produce green energy. In this context, organic photovoltaic (OPV) technology has received considerable attention because it indeed constitutes a new […]

Desorption as a first-order phase transition

Desorption as a first-order phase transition

ChemistryCondensed matterDIPC PolymersPhysics

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Adsorption commonly is understood as the reversible binding of molecules and atoms from the gaseous or liquid phase on surfaces, mostly of highly porous adsorbent media. In chemisorption a single layer of molecules, atoms or ions is attached to the adsorbent surface by chemical bonds; in physisorption only van der Waals forces are involved. Adsorption […]