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Solution-processable all-small molecular bulk heterojunction films for stable organic photodetectors: near UV and visible light sensing

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Solution-processable all-small molecular bulk heterojunction films for stable organic photodetectors: near UV and visible light sensing
Author
Lee, HyenaNam, SunghoKwon, HyunjuLee, SooyongKim, JungnamLee, WoongkiLee, ChulyeonJeong, JaehoonKim, HwajeongShin, Tae JooKim, Youngkyoo
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2015-02
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ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRYROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
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JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C, v.3, no.7, pp.1513 - 1520
Abstract
We report stable organic photodetectors with all-small molecular bulk heterojunction (BHJ) sensing layers prepared using solutions of electron-donating and electron-accepting small molecules. As an electrondonating molecule, 2,5-bis(2-ethylhexyl)-3,6-bis(4'-methyl-[2,2'-bithiophen]-5-yl) pyrrolo[3,4-c] pyrrole-1,4(2H, 5H)-dione (EHTPPD-MT) was synthesized via a Stille coupling reaction, whereas [6,6]-phenyl-C-61-butyric acid methyl ester (PC61BM) was used as an electron-accepting component. The devices with the EHTPPD-MT: PC61BM BHJ layer could detect photons at a wavelength of 400-800 nm and exhibited a stable photoresponse under on/off modulation of near UV (405 nm) and visible (532 nm and 650 nm) light even at bias voltage conditions. The corrected responsivity reached similar to 175 mA W-1 for the near UV detection at -1 V. An extremely durable photoresponse was measured for the present devices (including flexible devices) under illumination with high intensity green light (133.4 mW cm(-2) at 532 nm) which is much stronger than standard sun light (100 mW cm(-2), white). The excellent stability has been attributed to the tiny EHTPPD-MT crystals, which are formed in the EHTPPD-MT: PC61BM layers during the coating processes
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10.1039/c4tc02194k
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2050-7526
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