Organic Semiconductivity and Photovoltaism: Concepts and applications
AbstractThis work has for the objective, the theoretical explanation of the semi-conduction mechanisms as well as the photovoltaism in molecular organic materials by the creation of excitons and the transfer of Ï€ electrons of a donor (P3HT) to an acceptor (PCBM). In focusing on the broad technological applications of the molecular optoelectronic phenomena, this will provide the capital importance of the molecular electronic as a scientific and technical revolution which extends from the energy, has medicine up to the areas confusing nanotechnology and quantum electronics.
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