Presentation 2016-07-15
Low-light characteristics of polymer photocell using unmodified fullerene
Kazuya Tada,
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Abstract(in English) Photocells. (Solar cells) are used not only under strong sunshine at fine weather but also under weak irradiation light. In addition, due to the increased attention to IoT (Internet of Things) these days, photocells are growing in importance as independent electric power source for indoor equipments such as wireless sensor network devices. In this context, the low-light characteristics of a solution-processed polymer photocell with halogen-free solvent and unmodified fullerene are briefly reported.
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Keyword(in English) Conjugated polymer / Unmodified fullerene / halogen-free solvent / Photocell / Indoor-light harvesting
Paper # OME2016-32
Date of Issue 2016-07-07 (OME)

Conference Information
Committee OME / IEE-DEI
Conference Date 2016/7/14(2days)
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Place (in English) Kanazawa University (7/14), Shiinoki Cultural Complex (7/15)
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Chair Naoki Matsuda(AIST)
Vice Chair Tatsuo Mori(Aichi Inst. of Tech.)
Secretary Tatsuo Mori(NTT) / (Univ. of Tokyo)
Assistant Hirotake Kajii(Osaka Univ.) / Dai Taguchi(Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)

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Registration To Technical Committee on Organic Molecular Electronics / Technical Meeting on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation
Language JPN
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Title (in English) Low-light characteristics of polymer photocell using unmodified fullerene
Sub Title (in English)
Keyword(1) Conjugated polymer
Keyword(2) Unmodified fullerene
Keyword(3) halogen-free solvent
Keyword(4) Photocell
Keyword(5) Indoor-light harvesting
1st Author's Name Kazuya Tada
1st Author's Affiliation University of Hyogo(Univ. of Hyogo)
Date 2016-07-15
Paper # OME2016-32
Volume (vol) vol.116
Number (no) OME-134
Page pp.pp.51-55(OME),
#Pages 5
Date of Issue 2016-07-07 (OME)