Abstract

We report ultrafast nonlinear spectra of polymer/fullerene blends measured with unprecedented 10-fs-time resolution. Our results suggest that an extremely fast exciton transport from the optically excited polymer to the fullerene acceptor precedes charge separation.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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