Effect of doping on performance of organic solar cellsстатья

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[1] Trukhanov V. A., Bruevich V. V., Paraschuk D. Y. Effect of doping on performance of organic solar cells // Physical Review B. — 2011. — Vol. 84, no. 20. — P. 205318. Conventional models of planar and bulk heterojunction organic solar cells have been extended by introducing doping in the active layer. We have studied the performance of organic solar cells as a function of dopant concentration. For bulk heterojunction cells, the modeling shows that for the most studied material pair (poly-3-hexylthiophene, P3HT, and phenyl-C(61)-butyric acid methyl ester, PCBM) doping decreases the short-circuit current density (J(SC)), fill factor (FF), and efficiency. However, if bulk heterojunction cells are not optimized, namely, at low charge carrier mobilities, unbalanced mobilities, or nonohmic contacts, the efficiency can be increased by doping. For planar heterojunction cells, the modeling shows that if the acceptor layer is n doped, and the donor layer is p doped, the open-circuit voltage, J(SC), FF, and hence the efficiency can be increased by doping. Inversely, when the acceptor is p doped, and the donor is n doped, FF decreases rapidly with increasing dopant concentrations so that the current-voltage curve becomes S-shaped. We also show that the detrimental effect of nonohmic contacts on the performance of the planar heterojunction cell can be strongly weakened by doping. [ DOI ]

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