Westwood, MA — June 1, 2011 — Dr. Henning Richter of Nano-C, Inc. will be presenting “Development and Large-scale Manufacturing of Fullerenic Materials for Organic Electronics Applications” during LOPE-C 2011 held this year in Frankfurt, Germany from June 28th to 30th.
Dr. Richter will discuss Nano-C’s latest advances in the commercialization of fullerene derivatives for use as electron acceptors in the active layer of organic photovoltaic devices, including:
- the engineering of new fullerene derivatives with targeted optical and electronic properties
- combustion synthesis of fullerenic material and the separation and purification of C60 and C70
- the methodology, scalability and infrastructures for the manufacturing of C60– and C70-PCBM and other fullerene derivatives
Dr. Richter will also outline Nano-C’s work with single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT). Combustion synthesis of SWCNT of increased length, improved purification procedures and their formulation in aqueous inks using newly developed non-ionic dispersal aids has led to continuous progress on the path to highly conducting but transparent flexible electrodes. In addition, he will present Nano-C’s progress with leading edge technologies for separating semi-conduction from conducting SWCNT and their use in thin-film transistors and other electronics applications.
LOPE-C covers the latest commercial and technological achievements in organic, inorganic and printed electronics. It represents the entire industrial value chain – from academic research to commercialization.
About Nano-C, Inc.
Located in Westwood, Massachusetts, Nano-C is a leading developer of nanostructured carbon for use in energy and electronics applications. These materials include fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and their chemical derivatives. Nano-C’s mission is to play a key role in enabling applications of these materials and is committed to their responsible development and use. Nano-C is a privately held company founded in 2001. For more information, visit:http://www.nano-c.com
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