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標題: 含推/拉電子基共軛側鏈聚噻吩衍生物之合成與太陽能電池之應用研究
Synthesis of Polythiophene Comprising Electron Donor/Acceptor Pendants for Polymer Solor Cells
作者: 周承威
Chou, Chen-Wei
關鍵字: 聚噻吩;Polythiophene;太陽能電池;共軛側鏈;Polymer Solor Cells;Electron Donor/Acceptor Pendants
出版社: 化學工程學系所
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本研究經由Stille coupling反應聚合出一系列主鏈含有烷基取代共軛雙噻吩 ( Bithiophene, BT),側鏈導入不同比例推電子基團3,6雙第三丁基咔唑( 3,6-di-tert-butyl-carbazole, tCz) 與拉電子基團2,2’亞甲基雙苯並噻唑( dibenzo[d]thiazol-2-ylmethane, DBT) 之二維共軛聚噻吩( 2D-PTs)。此一系列2D-PTs高分子皆可溶於一般有機溶劑,且具備良好熱穩定性。由紫外光-可見光光譜發現,側鏈共軛基團DBT含量提升可降低高分子能隙 ( 1.81 ~ 2.03 eV)。由電化學實驗得知,改變側鏈共軛基團tCz與DBT的比例可有效調整HOMO能階 ( -5.28 ~ -5.43 eV)。由AFM表面薄膜型態分析,2D-PTs在主鏈導入BT結構可降低側鏈密度,提供自由空間,使高分子皆與碳球衍生物PC71BM有良好相容性;另一方面tCz比例提升使高分子與PC71BM不易有奈米尺度的微相分離,不利於激子產生與拆離。將高分子與PC71BM混摻製作成太陽能電池元件後發現,因為DBT含量提升可降低HOMO能階,進而得到較大的開路電壓( Open circuit voltage, Voc )。高分子之光伏特性正比於側鏈拉電子基團DBT含量,DBT含量越高,太陽能電池光電轉換效率( Photoelectric conversion efficiency, PCE) 越高,故以高分子PT(DBT)1/PC71BM ( w/w = 1 : 1) 複合膜所製備之太陽能電池具有最高之PCE值,效率為1.29 %,Voc 為0.62 V,短路電流 ( Short circuit current, Jsc)
為6.55 mA/cm2,填充因子 ( Fill factor, FF) 為0.32。

A series of polythiophene derivatives, composed of electron donating group 3,6- di- tert- butyl- carbazole ( tCz) and electron accepting groups dibenzo - [d] thiazol- 2- ylmethane ( DBT), were synthesized. The resulting polymers can be soluble in common organic solvents, and have good thermal stability. Through changing the ratio of the electron accepting group DBT and the electron-donating group tCz in the conjugated polymer, the electronic properties and energy levels of the conjugated polymer were effectively tuned. A red-shift of UV-vis absorption band was observed for the polythiophene with higher DBT content. AFM results indicated that the introduction of the alkyl-substituted bithiophene ( BT) into the main-chain of conjugated polymer can reduce the side-chain density and further provide free space between side-chains, consequently a better compatibility between Polymer and PC71BM was observed for the blend films. On the other hand, poor compatibility between the polymer and PC71BM was observed for the polythiophene containing higher tCz content, which is not favorable for the charge separation of the exciton. Higher photovoltaic performances were observed for the PT(DBT)1/PC71BM-based PSCs as compared to those of the other copolymer based PSCs. The power conversion efficiency ( PCE) based on the PT(DBT)1 /PC71BM ( w/w = 1:1) blend were 1.29% , open-circuit voltage (Voc) of PSC 0.62 V, short-circuit current ( Jsc) of PSC 6.55 mA cm-2, and fill factor ( FF) of 0.32, respectively.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/3202
其他識別: U0005-2208201217453900
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