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Highly efficient acceptor-acceptor linkage strategy toward n-type OECTs

Congratulations to Andreas and Adrian for publishing their research work on highly efficient n-type OECTs involving acceptor-acceptor linkage strategy in Adv. Electron. Mater. 2023, 2300026; DOI: 10.1002/aelm.202300026. Two different acceptor moieties were so selected that there is negligible torsional angle between them leading to high planarity and excellent mixed ion-electron conduction properties.

Mukundan ThelakkatWelcome to Applied Functional Polymers group at University of Bayreuth!

We are an interdisciplinary group covering fields of Chemistry, Physics and Material Science.

Our objectives are

  • to design and develop novel tailor made functional molecules, polymers and block copolymers,
  • to combine organics with other functional inorganics to get hybrid systems and
  • to contribute conceptually to solar energy conversion and storage.

Our tools include diverse thin film preparation techniques, self-assembly and device preparation and characterization in addition to elaborate synthetic methods.

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