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Work on triplet exciton transfer published in Nature Materials

last modified Nov 13, 2014 06:16 PM
Our paper on resonant triplet exciton transfer from organic to inorganic semiconductors is published in Nature Materials

 

In this work we make the first demonstration of efficient spin-triplet exciton transfer from an organic to an inorganic semiconductor. Using pentacene and PbSe as model systems we show that this process can by 95% efficient. Read the full paper here.

 

 

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