<b>Organic Solar Cells</b> <p><b>A timely and singular resource on the latest advances in organic photovoltaics</b> <p>Organic photovoltaics are gaining widespread attention due to their solution processability, tunable electronic properties, low temperature manufacture, and cheap and light materials. Their wide range of potential applications may result in significant near-term commercialization of the technology. <p>In <i>Organic Solar Cells: Materials Design, Technology and Commercialization</i>, renowned scientist Dr. Liming Ding delivers a comprehensive exploration of organic solar cells, including discussions of their key materials, mechanisms, molecular designs, stability features, and applications. The book presents the most state-of-the-art developments in the field alongside fulsome treatments of the commercialization potential of various organic solar cell technologies. <p>The author also provides: <ul><li>Thorough introductions to fullerene acceptors, polymer donors, and non-fullerene small molecule acceptors</li> <li>Comprehensive explorations of p-type molecular photovoltaic materials and polymer-polymer solar cell materials, devices, and stability</li> <li>Practical discussions of electron donating ladder-type heteroacenes for photovoltaic applications</li> <li>In-depth examinations of chlorinated organic and single-component organic solar cells, as well as the morphological characterization and manipulation of organic solar cells</li></ul> <p> Perfect for materials scientists, organic and solid-state chemists, and solid-state physicists, <i>Organic Solar Cells: Materials Design, Technology and Commercialization</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of surface chemists and physicists and electrical engineers.