Details

Title

Review on thermoelectrical properties of selected imines in neat and multicomponent layers towards organic opto-electronics and photovoltaics

Journal title

Opto-Electronics Review

Yearbook

2021

Volume

29

Issue

4

Affiliation

Bogdanowicz, Krzysztof. A. : Military Institute of Engineer Technology, 136 Obornicka St., 50-961 Wroclaw, Poland ; Iwan, Agnieszka : Military Institute of Engineer Technology, 136 Obornicka St., 50-961 Wroclaw, Poland

Authors

Keywords

chronoamperometry ; CSA ; imines ; PC71BM ; PTB7 ; thermal imaging camera ; thermoelectrical properties

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Techniczne

Coverage

201-212

Publisher

Polish Academy of Sciences and Association of Polish Electrical Engineers in cooperation with Military University of Technology

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Date

29.03.2022

Type

Reviews

Identifier

DOI: 10.24425/opelre.2021.139754
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