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On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. / Teran-Escobar, Gerardo; Tanenbaum, David; Voroshazi, Eszter; Hermenau, Martin; Norrman, Kion; Lloyd, Matthew T; Galagan, Yulia; Zimmermann, Birger; Hösel, Markus; Dam, Henrik Friis; Jørgensen, Mikkel; Gevorgyan, Suren; Kudret, Suleyman; Maes, Wouter; Lutsen, Laurence; Vanderzande, Dirk; Würfel, Uli; Andriessen, Ronn; Rösch, Roland; Hoppe, Harald; Rivaton, Agnès; Uzunoglu, Gülsah Y. ; Germack, David; Andreasen, Birgitta; Vesterager Madsen, Morten; Bundgaard, Eva; Krebs, Frederik C; Lira-Cantu, Monica.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 14, 2012, p. 11824-11845.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Teran-Escobar, G, Tanenbaum, D, Voroshazi, E, Hermenau, M, Norrman, K, Lloyd, MT, Galagan, Y, Zimmermann, B, Hösel, M, Dam, HF, Jørgensen, M, Gevorgyan, S, Kudret, S, Maes, W, Lutsen, L, Vanderzande, D, Würfel, U, Andriessen, R, Rösch, R, Hoppe, H, Rivaton, A, Uzunoglu, GY, Germack, D, Andreasen, B, Vesterager Madsen, M, Bundgaard, E, Krebs, FC & Lira-Cantu, M 2012, 'On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration' Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol 14, pp. 11824-11845., 10.1039/C2CP40821J

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Teran-Escobar G, Tanenbaum D, Voroshazi E, Hermenau M, Norrman K, Lloyd MT, Galagan Y, Zimmermann B, Hösel M, Dam HF, Jørgensen M, Gevorgyan S, Kudret S, Maes W, Lutsen L, Vanderzande D, Würfel U, Andriessen R, Rösch R, Hoppe H, Rivaton A, Uzunoglu GY, Germack D, Andreasen B, Vesterager Madsen M, Bundgaard E, Krebs FC, Lira-Cantu M. 2012. On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 14:11824-11845. Available from: 10.1039/C2CP40821J

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Teran-Escobar, Gerardo; Tanenbaum, David; Voroshazi, Eszter; Hermenau, Martin; Norrman, Kion; Lloyd, Matthew T; Galagan, Yulia; Zimmermann, Birger; Hösel, Markus; Dam, Henrik Friis; Jørgensen, Mikkel; Gevorgyan, Suren; Kudret, Suleyman; Maes, Wouter; Lutsen, Laurence; Vanderzande, Dirk; Würfel, Uli; Andriessen, Ronn; Rösch, Roland; Hoppe, Harald; Rivaton, Agnès; Uzunoglu, Gülsah Y. ; Germack, David; Andreasen, Birgitta; Vesterager Madsen, Morten; Bundgaard, Eva; Krebs, Frederik C; Lira-Cantu, Monica / On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 14, 2012, p. 11824-11845.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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title = "On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration",
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author = "Gerardo Teran-Escobar and David Tanenbaum and Eszter Voroshazi and Martin Hermenau and Kion Norrman and Lloyd, {Matthew T} and Yulia Galagan and Birger Zimmermann and Markus Hösel and Dam, {Henrik Friis} and Mikkel Jørgensen and Suren Gevorgyan and Suleyman Kudret and Wouter Maes and Laurence Lutsen and Dirk Vanderzande and Uli Würfel and Ronn Andriessen and Roland Rösch and Harald Hoppe and Agnès Rivaton and Uzunoglu, {Gülsah Y.} and David Germack and Birgitta Andreasen and {Vesterager Madsen}, Morten and Eva Bundgaard and Krebs, {Frederik C} and Monica Lira-Cantu",
note = "This work has been supported by the Danish Strategic Research Council (2104-07-0022), EUDP (j.no. 64009-0050), and the Danish National Research Foundation. Partial financial support was also received from the European Commission as part of the Framework 7 ICT 2009 collaborative project HIFLEX (grant no. 248678), partial financial support from the EUIndian framework of the ‘‘Largecells’’ project that received funding from the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007–2013. grant no. 261936), partial financial support was also received from the European Commission as part of the Framework 7 ICT 2009 collaborative project ROTROT (grant no. 288565) and from PVERA-NET (project acronym POLYSTAR). To CONACYT (Mexico) for the Ph.D. scholarship awarded to G. T.-E, to the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation,MICINN-FEDER project ENE2008-04373, to the Consolider NANOSELECT project CSD2007-00041, to the Xarxa de Referencia en Materials Avanc¸ats per a l’Energia, XaRMAE of the Catalonia Government (Spain). RR and HH are grateful for financial support from the Thuringian Ministry of Culture and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in the frameworks of FIPV II and PPP (contract number 13N9843), respectively. DMT acknowledges generous support from the Inger and Jens Bruun Foundation through The American– Scandinavian Foundation. References",
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A1 - Bundgaard,Eva

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AU - Teran-Escobar,Gerardo

AU - Tanenbaum,David

AU - Voroshazi,Eszter

AU - Hermenau,Martin

AU - Norrman,Kion

AU - Lloyd,Matthew T

AU - Galagan,Yulia

AU - Zimmermann,Birger

AU - Hösel,Markus

AU - Dam,Henrik Friis

AU - Jørgensen,Mikkel

AU - Gevorgyan,Suren

AU - Kudret,Suleyman

AU - Maes,Wouter

AU - Lutsen,Laurence

AU - Vanderzande,Dirk

AU - Würfel,Uli

AU - Andriessen,Ronn

AU - Rösch,Roland

AU - Hoppe,Harald

AU - Rivaton,Agnès

AU - Uzunoglu,Gülsah Y.

AU - Germack,David

AU - Andreasen,Birgitta

AU - Vesterager Madsen,Morten

AU - Bundgaard,Eva

AU - Krebs,Frederik C

AU - Lira-Cantu,Monica

PB - Royal Society of Chemistry

PY - 2012

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N2 - This work is part of the inter-laboratory collaboration to study the stability of seven distinct sets of state-of-the-art organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices prepared by leading research laboratories. All devices have been shipped to and degraded at RISØ-DTU up to 1830 hours in accordance with established ISOS-3 protocols under defined illumination conditions. In this work, we apply the Incident Photon-to-Electron Conversion Efficiency (IPCE) and the in situ IPCE techniques to determine the relation between solar cell performance and solar cell stability. Different ageing conditions were considered: accelerated full sun simulation, low level indoor fluorescent lighting and dark storage. The devices were also monitored under conditions of ambient and inert (N2) atmospheres, which allows for the identification of the solar cell materials more susceptible to degradation by ambient air (oxygen and moisture). The different OPVs configurations permitted the study of the intrinsic stability of the devices depending on: two different ITO-replacement alternatives, two different hole extraction layers (PEDOT:PSS and MoO3), and two different P3HT-based polymers. The response of un-encapsulated devices to ambient atmosphere offered insight into the importance of moisture in solar cell performance. Our results demonstrate that the IPCE and the in situ IPCE techniques are valuable analytical methods to understand device degradation and solar cell lifetime.

AB - This work is part of the inter-laboratory collaboration to study the stability of seven distinct sets of state-of-the-art organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices prepared by leading research laboratories. All devices have been shipped to and degraded at RISØ-DTU up to 1830 hours in accordance with established ISOS-3 protocols under defined illumination conditions. In this work, we apply the Incident Photon-to-Electron Conversion Efficiency (IPCE) and the in situ IPCE techniques to determine the relation between solar cell performance and solar cell stability. Different ageing conditions were considered: accelerated full sun simulation, low level indoor fluorescent lighting and dark storage. The devices were also monitored under conditions of ambient and inert (N2) atmospheres, which allows for the identification of the solar cell materials more susceptible to degradation by ambient air (oxygen and moisture). The different OPVs configurations permitted the study of the intrinsic stability of the devices depending on: two different ITO-replacement alternatives, two different hole extraction layers (PEDOT:PSS and MoO3), and two different P3HT-based polymers. The response of un-encapsulated devices to ambient atmosphere offered insight into the importance of moisture in solar cell performance. Our results demonstrate that the IPCE and the in situ IPCE techniques are valuable analytical methods to understand device degradation and solar cell lifetime.

U2 - 10.1039/C2CP40821J

DO - 10.1039/C2CP40821J

JO - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

JF - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

SN - 1463-9076

VL - 14

SP - 11824

EP - 11845

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