C60 Pyrrolidine Tris Acid (CPTA)

C60 Pyrrolidine Tris Acid (CPTA) is a fullerene derivative, having got carboxyl functionalized carbon clusters. These compounds are used as an electron transporting layer because they have a high energy level and high electron mobility, which is of interest to the field of photovoltaics during the production of cells for solar panels and optics. They can be used as an alternative to conventional metal oxide films. They have good solubility in water and other polar solvents.

254.80 40,950.00 

100mg
254.80 
1g
2,457.00 
5g
11,375.00 
10g
17,290.00 
50g
40,950.00 

Description

C60 Pyrrolidine Tris Acid (CPTA) is a fullerene derivative, having got carboxyl functionalized carbon clusters. These compounds are used as an electron transporting layer because they have a high energy level and high electron mobility, which is of interest to the field of photovoltaics during the production of cells for solar panels and optics. They can be used as an alternative to conventional metal oxide films. They have good solubility in water and other polar solvents. [ High performance polymer solar cells with a polar fullerene derivative as the cathode buffer layer. Li X, et al. Journal of Material Chemistry A 1(40), 12413-12416, (2013), Efficient and Hysteresis-Free Perovskite Solar Cells Based on a Solution Processable Polar Fullerene Electron Transport Layer Wang Y, et al. Advanced Energy Materials 7(21), 1701144-1701144, (2017), Highly efficient inverted polymer solar cells using fullerene derivative modified TiO 2 nanorods as the buffer layer Sun C, et al. Royal Society of Chemistry Advances 4(37), 19529-19532, (2014)]

Application:

Since these fullerene derivatives are highly soluble in water, they are suitable for biological use.[ Fullerene nanoparticles exhibit greater retention in freshwater sediment than in model porous media. Zhang W, et al. Water Research 46(9), 2992-3004, (2012)]

C60 fullerene-pyrrolidine tri-acid derivatives can be used as a cathode buffer, which forms a conductive layer between the active layer and the electrode layer for the manufacture of polymeric solar cells and perovskite-based solar cells. [ High performance polymer solar cells with a polar fullerene derivative as the cathode buffer layer. Li X, et al. Journal of Material Chemistry A 1(40), 12413-12416, (2013), Efficient and Hysteresis-Free Perovskite Solar Cells Based on a Solution Processable Polar Fullerene Electron Transport Layer Wang Y, et al. Advanced Energy Materials 7(21), 1701144-1701144, (2017), Highly efficient inverted polymer solar cells using fullerene derivative modified TiO 2 nanorods as the buffer layer Sun C, et al. Royal Society of Chemistry Advances 4(37), 19529-19532, (2014), Electron-Transport-Layer-Assisted Crystallization of Perovskite Films for High-Efficiency Planar Heterojunction Solar Cells Wang Y, et al. Advances in Functional Materials 28(9), 1706317-1706317, (2018), Annealing temperature-dependent electronic properties in hydrothermal TiO 2 nanorod arrays Zhong P, et al. Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry 22(2), 567-580, (2018)] , а также and it can also be used as a hydrating layer in organic photoelectrics.[ Probing ultrafast charge separation at organic donor/acceptor interfaces by a femtosecond electric field meter. Kaake LG, et al. Applied Physics Letters 99(8), -, (2011)]

Packing: 100 mg in a glass vial

Related Articles

  1. Fullerenes for use in biological sciences and photovoltaic

Fullerenes for Bioscience & Photovoltaic Applications, Michael D. Diener

  1. Functionalized Fullerenes: Nanomaterials for Organic Electronics

Functionalized Fullerenes: Nanomaterials for Organic Electronics, Material Matters 2007, 2.1, 18.

  1. 3. Optoelectronic devices based on diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP) –containing small conjugated molecules.

Optoelectronic devices such as light emitting diodes (LEDs), solar cells and light emitting field effect transistors (FET) using organic materials as a light source and / or charge source.

Optoelectronic Devices Based on Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-containing Conjugated Small Molecules, Jianhua Liu and Thuc-Quyen Nguyen, Material Matters 7.1

  1. Water-Soluble Fullerene Materials

Water-Soluble Fullerene Materials, Joe Porwoll, Material Matters 2009, 4.1, 1.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Вес

100mg, 1g, 5g, 10g, 50g