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Stability and degradation of organic photovoltaics fabricated, aged, and characterized by the ISOS 3 inter-laboratory collaboration

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David M. Tanenbaum, Markus Hösel, Henrik F. Dam, Mikkel Jørgensen, Suren Gevorgyan, Birgitta Andreasen, Morten V. Madsen, Kion Norrman, Eva Bundgaard, Frederik C. Krebs

Technical Univ. of Denmark (Denmark)

Martin Hermenau

Technische Univ. Dresden (Germany)

Eszter Voroshazi

IMEC (Belgium)

Matthew T. Lloyd

National Renewable Energy Lab. (United States)

Yulia Galagan, Ronn Andriessen

Holst Ctr. (Netherlands)

Birger Zimmermann, Uli Würfel

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Germany)

Suleyman Kudret, Wouter Maes, Laurence Lutsen, Dirk Vanderzande

Hasselt Univ. (Belgium)

Roland Rösch, Harald Hoppe

Ilmenau Univ. of Technology (Germany)

Monica Lira-Cantu, Gerardo Teran-Escobar

CIN2, CSIC, Lab. of Nanostructured Materials for Photovoltaic Energy (Spain)

Aurélie Dupuis, Pierre-Olivier Bussière, Agnès Rivaton

Clermont Univ., Univ. Blaise Pascal, LPMM (France)

Gülsah Y. Uzunoglu

TÜBITAK National Metrology Institute (Turkey)

David Germack

Brookhaven National Lab. (United States)

Proc. SPIE 8477, Organic Photovoltaics XIII, 847704 (September 25, 2012); doi:10.1117/12.930451
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  • Organic Photovoltaics XIII
  • Zakya H. Kafafi; Christoph J. Brabec; Paul A. Lane
  • San Diego, California, USA | August 12, 2012

abstract

Seven distinct sets (n ≥ 12) of state of the art organic photovoltaic devices were prepared by leading research laboratories in a collaboration planned at the Third International Summit on Organic Photovoltaic Stability (ISOS-3). All devices were shipped to DTU and characterized simultaneously up to 1830 h in accordance with established ISOS-3 protocols under three distinct illumination conditions: accelerated full sun simulation; low level indoor fluorescent lighting; and dark storage with daily measurement under full sun simulation. Three nominally identical devices were used in each experiment both to provide an assessment of the homogeneity of the samples and to distribute samples for a variety of post soaking analytical measurements at six distinct laboratories enabling comparison at various stages in the degradation of the devices. Characterization includes current-voltage curves, light beam induced current (LBIC) imaging, dark lock-in thermography (DLIT), photoluminescence (PL), electroluminescence (EL), in situ incident photon-to-electron conversion efficiency (IPCE), time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS), cross sectional electron microscopy (SEM), UV visible spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy, and atomic force microscopy (AFM). Over 100 devices with more than 300 cells were used in the study. We present here design of the device sets, results both on individual devices and uniformity of device sets from the wide range of characterization methods applied at different stages of aging under the three illumination conditions. We will discuss how these data can help elucidate the degradation mechanisms as well as the benefits and challenges associated with the unprecedented size of the collaboration. © (2012) COPYRIGHT Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE). Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.
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David M. Tanenbaum ; Martin Hermenau ; Eszter Voroshazi ; Matthew T. Lloyd ; Yulia Galagan, et al.
" Stability and degradation of organic photovoltaics fabricated, aged, and characterized by the ISOS 3 inter-laboratory collaboration ", Proc. SPIE 8477, Organic Photovoltaics XIII, 847704 (September 25, 2012); doi:10.1117/12.930451; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.930451


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