triphenylamine


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triphenylamine

(traɪˌfiːnaɪləˈmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) a molecule consisting of a nitrogen atom with three phenyl groups attached to it
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Sharma, "(D-[pi]-A)2-[pi]-D-A type ferrocenyl bisthiazole linked triphenylamine based molecular systems for DSSC: synthesis, experimental and theoretical performance studies," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol.
Grigoras, "Synthesis of poly(arylene vinylene)s containing carbazole, triphenylamine, and phenothiazine rings in the backbone by cascade suzukiheck reactions," International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, vol.
Tian, "Synthesis and properties of polythiophene derivatives containing triphenylamine moiety and their photovoltaic applications," Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry, vol.
The relative peaks of the PCzC-QDs (R, G, and B) nanocomposite devices were ~2-5 nm red-shifted to PTpC-QDs (R, G, and B) nanocomposite devices, indicating that the recombination zone of electrons and holes in the carbazole is higher than that of the triphenylamine based nanocomposite.
The additional O-hexyl donor groups were added to the triphenylamine donor group to provide increased electron donor capabilities [14, 15].
Lee, "Synthesis andcharacterization of triphenylamine flanked thiazole-based small molecules for high performance solution processed organic solar cells," Organic Electronics, vol.
Adding more sp 2-hybridized nitrogen in the triphenylamine donor," Journal of Power Sources, vol.
Theato, "Template-assisted fabrication of free-standing nanorod arrays of a hole-conducting cross-linked triphenylamine derivative: toward ordered bulk-heterojunction solar cells," ACS Nano, vol.
Among them, DSSC using this metal-free organic sensitizer incorporating the lipophilic triphenylamine as electron donor and the hydrophilic cyanoacrylic acid as electron acceptor (coded as C219) has achieved an efficiency over 10% [24].