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Scientists develop method to detect charge traps in organic semiconductors: New in Publications

Updated: May 19, 2021

SêrSAM group members are proud to announce their newest publication featured in Nature Communications titled “Charge-generating mid-gap trap states define the thermodynamic limit of organic photovoltaic devices”. Authors of the paper were Nasim Zarrabi, Dr. Oskar J. Sandberg, Stefan Zeiske, Dr. Wei Li, Drew B. Riley, Prof. Paul Meredith and Dr. Ardalan Armin.

This research was supported by the Welsh Government though the European Regional Development Fund and yielded the development of a very sensitive method to detect charge traps in organic semi-conductors.

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