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Previous news items
17 January 2014
We are pleased to inform you that Solenne will be present at the E-MRS conference in
Lille, France this year (26–30 May 2014). We look forward to meet you there in person
and discuss the latest developments on fullerene derivatives for OPV. woordje
3 April 2014PCBM
Click here to learn more about the materials presented at the E-MRS conference.
24 June 2014
In the past weeks, the Japanese patent office has granted two patents to Solenne.
These patents are on the use of certain fullerene derivatives for OPV and on the use of
blends of fullerene derivatives in OPV.
18 March 2015
Together with Imperial College, we have developed new electron acceptors for organic
photovoltaic cells, that can possibly replace PCBM in many systems. The article was
recently accepted by a high-ranking scientific journal. To stay informed about further
developments and availability of these materials, check our Facebook page.
9 July 2014
A number of PCB-Cn compounds is now commercially available from Solenne.
These include PCBB, also known as PCB-C4, and various other Cn-derivatives
in the range of n = 2 - 8. For details, availability, and prices go to our products page.
At this conference, we will also present new fullerene-based materials for OPV. These
compounds were developed last year. More news will follow soon. EMRS
25 September 2014
We are pleased to introduce two new fullerene acceptor materials for OPV. These
compounds are completely different from all other commercially available materials. For
more details, click here.
1 November 2014
We are pleased to inform all our customers that it is now also possible to pay by credit
card. We can accept Master card and Visa payments. For more details on how to order,
please contact us.
7 April 2016
New fullerene derivatives were added to our catalogue. These include:
IPB, IPH, PrC60MA, PTEG-1, and other compounds.
3 July 2015
Together with Imperial College, we have developed IPX: a new class of electron
acceptors for organic photovoltaic cells, that can possibly replace PCBM in many
systems. These compounds are now for sale!
For more information and for prices, click here.