The same roll-to-roll printing methodologies can be explored for printing of electrochromics, transistor logic and solar cell power units.
The last decades have witnessed a dramatic advance in organic syntheses from the viewpoint of environmental science and technology. In a review article, Professor Michinobu highlights a novel click reaction inspired by semiconducting polymer doping techniques.
Novel hematite-derived photoanodes for photoelectrochemical (PEC) cells improve the efficiency of solar energy storage by water splitting.
A new paper introduces a new fabrication method for fullerene-free organic solar cells to help address their limitations and improve production efficiency.
A*STAR researchers develop batteries with enhanced performance and lower resistance, improved charge-discharge profile, and notable cycling stability.
Researchers reveal synergistic lubricating effects between phosphonium-alkylphosphate ionic liquids and a classic anti-wear additive.
Thin-film light absorbers are fabricated using an inkjet printer, and show power-conversion efficiencies of about 6.4%.