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Molecular design approaches to organic semiconductors

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Organic semiconductors have been demonstrated to be attractive materials in a range of emerging products including flexible displays, transparent solar cells, biosensors and solar fuels. Understanding the impact of chemical design on the application properties, is critical for further advances. We have explored a range of synthetic strategies and molecular concepts, and measured a range of relevant morphological, electrical and optical properties in order to establish fundamental structure-property relationships. This presentation will illustrate some case study designs and characterisation of semiconducting polymers, in order to enhance their application properties.

This talk is part of the Materials Chemistry Research Interest Group series.

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