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3-Jan-2013Charge-Transfer State Dynamics Following Hole and Electron Transfer in Organic Photovoltaic DevicesBakulin, AA; Dimitrov, SD; Rao, A; Chow, PCY; Nielsen, CB, et al
11-Apr-2013The Influence of Polymer Purification on Photovoltaic Device Performance of a Series of Indacenodithiophene Donor PolymersAshraf, RS; Schroeder, BC; Bronstein, HA; Huang, Z; Thomas, S, et al
26-Sep-2014Enhancing fullerene-based solar cell lifetimes by addition of a fullerene dumbbellSchroeder, BC; Li, Z; Brady, MA; Faria, GC; Ashraf, RS, et al
31-Jan-2013New Fused Bis-Thienobenzothienothiophene Copolymers and Their Use in Organic Solar Cells and TransistorsBiniek, L; Schroeder, BC; Donaghey, JE; Yaacobi-Gross, N; Ashraf, RS, et al
24-Apr-2012Silaindacenodithiophene-Based Low Band Gap Polymers - The Effect of Fluorine Substitution on Device Performances and Film MorphologiesSchroeder, BC; Huang, Z; Ashraf, RS; Smith, J; D'Angelo, P, et al
7-Nov-2012On the Energetic Dependence of Charge Separation in Low-Band-Gap Polymer/Fullerene BlendsDimitrov, SD; Bakulin, AA; Nielsen, CB; Schroeder, BC; Du, J, et al
1-Mar-2015Polaron pair mediated triplet generation in polymer/fullerene blendsDimitrov, SD; Wheeler, S; Niedzialek, D; Schroeder, BC; Utzat, H, et al
13-Jan-2016Singlet Exciton Lifetimes in Conjugated Polymer Films for Organic Solar CellsDimitrov, SD; Schroeder, BC; Nielsen, CB; Bronstein, H; Fei, Z, et al
7-Sep-2017Intercalated vs Nonintercalated Morphologies in Donor-Acceptor Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells: PBTTT:Fullerene Charge Generation and Recombination Revisited.Collado-Fregoso, E; Hood, SN; Shoaee, S; Schroeder, BC; McCulloch, I, et al
24-Apr-2017Charge-Separation in Intermixed Polymer:PC70BM Photovoltaic Blends: Correlating Structural and Photophysical Length Scales as a Function of Blend CompositionUtzat, H; Dimitroy, SD; Wheeler, S; Collado-Fregoso, E; Tuladhar, PS, et al