Liquid Crystallinity as a Self-Assembly Motif for High-Efficiency, Solution-Processed, Solid-State Singlet Fission Materials
Saghar Masoomi-Godarzi, Maning Liu, Yasuhiro Tachibana, Valerie D Mitchell, Lars Goerigk, Kenneth P Ghiggino, Trevor A Smith, David J Jones
Advanced Energy Materials | WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH | Published : 2019
This work was made possible by support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency which funds the project grants within the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics. Responsibility for the views, information, or advice expressed herein is not accepted by the Australian Government. L.G. would also like to acknowledge generous allocations of computational resources from the University of Melbourne and the National Computational Infrastructure Facility within the National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme. The authors acknowledge the SAXS/WAXS beamline at the Australian Synchrotron. This work was partly supported by the JST PRESTO program (Photoenergy Conversion Systems and Materials for the Next Generation Solar Cells), Japan. The authors thank Dr. Wallace W. H. Wong for the initial sample of FHBC(TDPP)<INF>2</INF> used in preliminary studies.