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Peer Review Journal of Solar & Photoenergy Systems

Highly Crystalline Surface Supported Metal Organic Thin Film Materials Based Heterojunctions for Triplet-Triplet Annihilation Upconversion

Submission: October 30, 2018;Published: November 21, 2018

Volume1 Issue2
November, 2019


We know that finding highly efficient, cheap and versatile renewable energy conversion materials is the thirst of this century. Harnessing the idea of triplet-triplet annihilation up conversion (TTA UC) requires a smart hybrid material overcoming required distance for smooth and efficient triplet energy transfer (TEnT) [1- 3]. However, the TTA UC process is the one of the best wavelength shift methodology in which the two low energy photons ( hυ1 ) having high wavelength are absorbed and transformed into one high energy photons ( hυ2 ) with low wavelength via Dexter type energy transfer mechanism [3,4]. In our previous demonstration we have reported the triplet energy transfer between PtOEP (PtOEP=Pt (II) octaethylporphine) as sensitizer and Zn-perylene SURMOF as acceptor in acetonitrile solution [5] by making solid liquid interface and surface modifications. Here we will put a novel idea of suing solid-solid interface by making SURMOF-SURMOF heterojunction to study TTA UC.

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