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Electrical Conductivity of Doped Organic Semiconductors Limited by Carrier-Carrier Interactions

Fully direct written organic micro-thermoelectric generators embedded in a plastic foil

N-type organic thermoelectrics: demonstration of ZT > 0.3

Reaching a Double-Digit Dielectric Constant with Fullerene Derivatives

Thiol-free self-assembled oligoethylene glycols enable robust air-stable molecular electronics

Conjugated Polyions Enable Organic Photovoltaics Processed from Green Solvents

Doping Engineering Enables Highly Conductive and Thermally Stable n-Type Organic Thermoelectrics with High Power Factor

Impact of Marginal Exciton-Charge-Transfer State Offset on Charge Generation and Recombination in Polymer: Fullerene Solar Cells

The Effect of Electrostatic Interaction on n-Type Doping Efficiency of Fullerene Derivatives

An effective strategy to enhance the dielectric constant of organic semiconductors - CPDTTPD-based low bandgap polymers bearing oligo(ethylene glycol) side chains

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