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|Abstract:||In this paper, a combined experimental, computational, and analytical approach is used to provide new insights into the lamination of organic solar cells and light emitting devices at macro- and micro-scales. First, the effects of applied lamination force (on contact between the laminated layers) are studied. The crack driving forces associated with the interfacial cracks (at the bi-material interfaces) are estimated along with the critical interfacial crack driving forces associated with the separation of thin films, after layer transfer. The conditions for successful lamination are predicted using a combination of experiments and computational models. Guidelines are developed for the lamination of low-cost organic electronic structures.|
|Citation:||Oyewole, O. K., D. Yu, Jing Du, J. Asare, V. C. Anye, A. Fashina, M. G. Zebaze Kana, and W. O. Soboyejo. "Lamination of organic solar cells and organic light emitting devices: Models and experiments." Journal of Applied Physics 118, no. 7 (2015): 075302. doi: 10.1063/1.4928729|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||Journal of Applied Physics|
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