Wenliu Zhuang

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2021

Nonfullerene acceptors from thieno[3,2-b]thiophene-fused naphthalene donor core with six-member-ring connection for efficient organic solar cells

Siying Du, Nannan Yao, Shungang Liu et al
Dyes and Pigments. Vol. 185 (February 2021)
Journal article
2020

A Non-Conjugated Polymer Acceptor for Efficient and Thermally Stable All-Polymer Solar Cells

Qunping Fan, Wenyan Su, Shanshan Chen et al
Angewandte Chemie. Vol. 132 (45), p. 20007-20012
Journal article
2020

Axisymmetric and Asymmetric Naphthalene-Bisthienothiophene Based Nonfullerene Acceptors: On Constitutional Isomerization and Photovoltaic Performance

Wei Hu, Xiaoyan Du, Wenliu Zhuang et al
ACS Applied Energy Materials. Vol. 3 (6), p. 5734-5744
Journal article
2016

Induced photodegradation of quinoxaline based copolymers for photovoltaic applications

Desta Antenehe Gedefaw, Marta Tessarolo, M. Prosa et al
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells. Vol. 144, p. 150-158
Journal article
2016

Synthesis and characterization of benzodithiophene and benzotriazole-based polymers for photovoltaic applications

Desta Antenehe Gedefaw, Marta Tessarolo, Margherita Bolognesi et al
Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry. Vol. 12, p. 1629-1637
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2015

Improved performance and life time of inverted organic photovoltaics by using polymer interfacial materials

Zandra George, E. Voroshazi, Camilla Lindqvist et al
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells. Vol. 133, p. 99-104
Journal article
2015

Comparison of selenophene and thienothiophene incorporation into pentacyclic lactam-based conjugated polymers for organic solar cells

Renee Kroon, A. Melianas, Wenliu Zhuang et al
Polymer Chemistry. Vol. 6 (42), p. 7402-7409
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2014

Computational modelling of donor–acceptor conjugated polymers through engineered backbone manipulations based on a thiophene–quinoxaline alternating copolymer

Wenliu Zhuang, Angelica Lundin, Mats Andersson
Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Vol. 2 (7), p. 2202-2212
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2014

Structural tuning of quinoxaline-benzodithiophene copolymers via alkyl side chain manipulation: synthesis, characterization and photovoltaic properties

Marta Tessarolo, Desta Antenehe Gedefaw, Margherita Bolognesi et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Vol. 2 (29), p. 11162-11170
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2014

Conjugated polymers based on benzodithiophene and fluorinated quinoxaline for bulk heterojunction solar cells: thiophene versus thieno[3,2-b]thiophene as π-conjugated spacers

Desta Antenehe Gedefaw, Marta Tessarolo, Wenliu Zhuang et al
Polymer Chemistry. Vol. 5 (6), p. 2083-2093
Journal article
2014

A New Tetracyclic Lactam Building Block for Thick, Broad-Bandgap Photovoltaics

Renee Kroon, Amaia Diaz de Zerio Mendaza, Scott Himmelberger et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 136 (33), p. 11578-11581
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2013

2D π-conjugated benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b']dithiophene- and quinoxaline-based copolymers for photovoltaic applications

Margherita Bolognesi, Desta Antenehe Gedefaw, Dongfeng Dang et al
RSC Advances. Vol. 3 (46), p. 24543-24552
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2013

Molecular Orbital Energy Level Modulation through Incorporation of Selenium and Fluorine into Conjugated Polymers for Organic Photovoltaic Cells

Wenliu Zhuang, Hongyu Zhen, Renee Kroon et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Vol. 1 (43), p. 13422-13425
Journal article
2011

Side-Chain Architectures of 2,7-Carbazole and Quinoxaline-Based Polymers for Efficient Polymer Solar Cells

Ergang Wang, Lintao Hou, Z. Q. Wang et al
Macromolecules. Vol. 44 (7), p. 2067-2073
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