Abstract

Charged polarons in thin films of polymer-fullerene composites are investigated by light-induced electron paramagnetic resonance. Comparative analysis of photogenerated charge separation states in organic photovoltaic cells and natural photosynthetic proteins are given.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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