Solar Paint: From Synthesis to Printing
AbstractWater-based polymer nanoparticle dispersions (solar paint) offer the prospect of addressing two of the main challenges associated with printing large area organic photovoltaic devices; namely, how to control the nanoscale architecture of the active layer and eliminate the need for hazardous organic solvents during device fabrication. In this paper, we review progress in the field of nanoparticulate organic photovoltaic (NPOPV) devices and future prospects for large-scale manufacturing of solar cells based on this technology. View Full-Text
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Zhou, X.; Belcher, W.; Dastoor, P. Solar Paint: From Synthesis to Printing. Polymers 2014, 6, 2832-2844.
Zhou X, Belcher W, Dastoor P. Solar Paint: From Synthesis to Printing. Polymers. 2014; 6(11):2832-2844.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhou, Xiaojing; Belcher, Warwick; Dastoor, Paul. 2014. "Solar Paint: From Synthesis to Printing." Polymers 6, no. 11: 2832-2844.