Dresden 2014 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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HL: Fachverband Halbleiterphysik

HL 35: Organic semiconductors: Photovoltaics (with CPP/DS/O)

HL 35.8: Vortrag

Dienstag, 1. April 2014, 12:00–12:15, POT 081

Visualization of Lateral Phase Separation in Polymer: Fullerene Solar Cells by Quantitative Evaluation of Luminescence Imaging Measurements — •Marco Seeland, Christian Kästner, and Harald Hoppe — Institut für Physik, TU Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany

Luminescence imaging has evolved to a versatile characterization method for studying the laterally resolved behavior of polymer solar cells. Especially in degradation studies the use of luminescence imaging is beneficial as it is non-invasive and offers short measurement times. By either electrical or optical excitation separate characterization of the electrical contacts and the active layer is feasible. However, the data analysis so far is mainly qualitative, i.e. interpretation of the measured luminescence image by comparison with other techniques. In this work we present a quantitative analysis of electroluminescence images of laterally inhomogeneous polymer solar cells. By decoupling the local parameters within an iteration procedure this analysis allows calculation of the local current flow through and the local voltage applied to the active layer. Furthermore quantitative images of the local series resistance and the saturation current-density are achieved. The local saturation current-density contrast was found to correlate perfectly with the strong lateral phase separation occurring in PPE-PPV:PCBM based devices. Further analysis of the lateral difference in the saturation current-densities delivers information on the thermal activation of charge carriers at the donor/acceptor-interface and in the phase separated bulk.

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