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TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. / Andreasen, Birgitta; Tanenbaum, David; Hermenau, Martin; Voroshazi, Eszter; Lloyd, Matthew T.; Galagan, Yulia; Zimmernann, Birger; Kudret, Suleyman; Maes, Wouter; Lutsen, Laurence; Vanderzande, Dirk; Würfel, Uli; Andriessen, Ronn; Rösch, Roland; Hoppe, Harald; Teran-Escobar, Gerardo; Lira-Cantu, Monica; Rivaton, Agnès; Uzunoğlu, Gülşah Y.; Germack, David S.; Hösel, Markus; Dam, Henrik Friis; Jørgensen, Mikkel; Gevorgyan, Suren; Vesterager Madsen, Morten; Bundgaard, Eva; Krebs, Frederik C; Norrman, Kion.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 14, No. 33, 2012, p. 11780-11799.

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

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Andreasen, B, Tanenbaum, D, Hermenau, M, Voroshazi, E, Lloyd, MT, Galagan, Y, Zimmernann, B, Kudret, S, Maes, W, Lutsen, L, Vanderzande, D, Würfel, U, Andriessen, R, Rösch, R, Hoppe, H, Teran-Escobar, G, Lira-Cantu, M, Rivaton, A, Uzunoğlu, GY, Germack, DS, Hösel, M, Dam, HF, Jørgensen, M, Gevorgyan, S, Vesterager Madsen, M, Bundgaard, E, Krebs, FC & Norrman, K 2012, 'TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration' Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol 14, no. 33, pp. 11780-11799., 10.1039/c2cp41787a

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Andreasen B, Tanenbaum D, Hermenau M, Voroshazi E, Lloyd MT, Galagan Y, Zimmernann B, Kudret S, Maes W, Lutsen L, Vanderzande D, Würfel U, Andriessen R, Rösch R, Hoppe H, Teran-Escobar G, Lira-Cantu M, Rivaton A, Uzunoğlu GY, Germack DS, Hösel M, Dam HF, Jørgensen M, Gevorgyan S, Vesterager Madsen M, Bundgaard E, Krebs FC, Norrman K. 2012. TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 14(33):11780-11799. Available from: 10.1039/c2cp41787a

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Andreasen, Birgitta; Tanenbaum, David; Hermenau, Martin; Voroshazi, Eszter; Lloyd, Matthew T.; Galagan, Yulia; Zimmernann, Birger; Kudret, Suleyman; Maes, Wouter; Lutsen, Laurence; Vanderzande, Dirk; Würfel, Uli; Andriessen, Ronn; Rösch, Roland; Hoppe, Harald; Teran-Escobar, Gerardo; Lira-Cantu, Monica; Rivaton, Agnès; Uzunoğlu, Gülşah Y.; Germack, David S.; Hösel, Markus; Dam, Henrik Friis; Jørgensen, Mikkel; Gevorgyan, Suren; Vesterager Madsen, Morten; Bundgaard, Eva; Krebs, Frederik C; Norrman, Kion / TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 14, No. 33, 2012, p. 11780-11799.

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

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title = "TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices – the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
author = "Birgitta Andreasen and David Tanenbaum and Martin Hermenau and Eszter Voroshazi and Lloyd, {Matthew T.} and Yulia Galagan and Birger Zimmernann 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 Gerardo Teran-Escobar and Monica Lira-Cantu and Agnès Rivaton and Uzunoğlu, {Gülşah Y.} and Germack, {David S.} and Markus Hösel and Dam, {Henrik Friis} and Mikkel Jørgensen and Suren Gevorgyan and {Vesterager Madsen}, Morten and Eva Bundgaard and Krebs, {Frederik C} and Kion Norrman",
note = "This work has been supported by the Danish Strategic Research Council (2104-07-0022), EUDP (j.no. 64009-0050, 64009-0051) 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). are due to CONACYT (Me´xico) for the PhD 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 Refere`ncia 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.",
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A1 - Lira-Cantu,Monica

A1 - Rivaton,Agnès

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A1 - Jørgensen,Mikkel

A1 - Gevorgyan,Suren

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A1 - Bundgaard,Eva

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AU - Andreasen,Birgitta

AU - Tanenbaum,David

AU - Hermenau,Martin

AU - Voroshazi,Eszter

AU - Lloyd,Matthew T.

AU - Galagan,Yulia

AU - Zimmernann,Birger

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 - Teran-Escobar,Gerardo

AU - Lira-Cantu,Monica

AU - Rivaton,Agnès

AU - Uzunoğlu,Gülşah Y.

AU - Germack,David S.

AU - Hösel,Markus

AU - Dam,Henrik Friis

AU - Jørgensen,Mikkel

AU - Gevorgyan,Suren

AU - Vesterager Madsen,Morten

AU - Bundgaard,Eva

AU - Krebs,Frederik C

AU - Norrman,Kion

PB - Royal Society of Chemistry

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N2 - The present work is the fourth (and final) contribution to an inter-laboratory collaboration that was planned at the 3rd International Summit on Organic Photovoltaic Stability (ISOS-3). The collaboration involved six laboratories capable of producing seven distinct sets of OPV devices that were degraded under well-defined conditions in accordance with the ISOS-3 protocols. The degradation experiments lasted up to 1830 hours and involved more than 300 cells on more than 100 devices. The devices were analyzed and characterized at different points of their lifetimes by a large number of non-destructive and destructive techniques in order to identify specific degradation mechanisms responsible for the deterioration of the photovoltaic response. Work presented herein involves time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS) in order to study chemical degradation in-plane as well as in-depth in the organic solar cells. Various degradation mechanisms were investigated and correlated with cell performance. For example, photo-oxidation of the active material was quantitatively studied as a function of cell performance. The large variety of cell architectures used (some with and some without encapsulation) enabled valuable comparisons and important conclusions to be drawn on degradation behaviour. This comprehensive investigation of OPV stability has significantly advanced the understanding of degradation behaviour in OPV devices, which is an important step towards large scale application of organic solar cells.

AB - The present work is the fourth (and final) contribution to an inter-laboratory collaboration that was planned at the 3rd International Summit on Organic Photovoltaic Stability (ISOS-3). The collaboration involved six laboratories capable of producing seven distinct sets of OPV devices that were degraded under well-defined conditions in accordance with the ISOS-3 protocols. The degradation experiments lasted up to 1830 hours and involved more than 300 cells on more than 100 devices. The devices were analyzed and characterized at different points of their lifetimes by a large number of non-destructive and destructive techniques in order to identify specific degradation mechanisms responsible for the deterioration of the photovoltaic response. Work presented herein involves time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS) in order to study chemical degradation in-plane as well as in-depth in the organic solar cells. Various degradation mechanisms were investigated and correlated with cell performance. For example, photo-oxidation of the active material was quantitatively studied as a function of cell performance. The large variety of cell architectures used (some with and some without encapsulation) enabled valuable comparisons and important conclusions to be drawn on degradation behaviour. This comprehensive investigation of OPV stability has significantly advanced the understanding of degradation behaviour in OPV devices, which is an important step towards large scale application of organic solar cells.

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DO - 10.1039/c2cp41787a

JO - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

JF - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

SN - 1463-9076

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SP - 11780

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