November Materials Science News
 

TCI Materials Science News  November 2020

 
 

 

 

TCI is at the forefront of offering high quality materials for R&D. In this issue,  we are introducing our new organic transistor web page and the usefulness of our hole transport materials for stable perovskite solar cells, MOF/PCP organic linkers, building block for functional organic boron compounds, and others. We also provide an extensive catalog of organic and inorganic reagents that are valuable tools in the field of materials science.

New Organic Transistor Web Page

New Organic Transistor Web Page

TCI has begun in-house fabrication and assessment of organic transistors using our products. The results of device performance and its functionality provide us the feedback on synthesis and purification processes to improve our technology and skill. In addition, we also release several useful physical properties of our organic transistor materials (e.g. UV-Vis spectra and 2D-GIXD data).

Read More
Hole Transport Materials for Stable Perovskite Solar Cells

Hole Transport Materials for Stable Perovskite Solar Cells

Leading research institutes and industries that promote solar cell research are constantly trying to design, build, and upscale practical perovskite solar cells. However, challenges still exist in the commercialization process with the stability and cost of the hole transport layer as the main culprit. In order to circumvent these issues, TCI has developed two new materials: TOP-HTM-α1 [B5672] and TOP-HTM-α2 [T3722] as alternatives to the costly hole transport material, Spiro-OMeTAD. Unlike Spiro-OMeTAD, TOP-HTM-α1 and TOP-HTM-α2 are very useful for stable perovskite solar cells without dopants or additives, and are much more affordable.
Read More
MOF/PCP Organic Linkers

MOF/PCP Organic Linkers

Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and Porous Coordination Polymers (PCPs) feature porous coordination networks with extensive surface area, exceeding that of activated carbon and zeolite. The nanometer sized pores are capable of absorbing small molecules, and are find their application in gas storage and separation, sensors, and catalysis. Various MOFs and PCPs can be designed by taking into account the metal coordination number and organic ligand structure. One can identify an unique function for a given MOF or PCP by introducing additional functional groups on the organic ligand. TCI offers rich variety of organic ligands (organic linkers) for the design of various MOFs/PCPs.
Read More
Building Block for Functional Organic Boron Compounds

Building Block for Functional Organic Boron Compounds

Boron-containing π-electron materials have attracted increasingly more attention because of their unique properties stemming from p-π* conjugation between the vacant p orbital on the boron atom with the π* orbital of the π-conjugated framework. For example, it has been reported that 2,5-bis(arylethynyl)benzene derivatives possessing boryl groups at the side positions of the main chain can be synthesized using dimesitylfluoroborane [D3890] as a starting material..

Read More
New Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide Salts

New Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide Salts

Explore Other Salts
 

Follow Us On Social Media

Facebook
Instagram
LinkedIn
Twitter

How to Order TCI Products

For order, please contact our local distributors as follow.

SEJIN CI (Exclusive Distributor)
20, Sinmok-ro, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul,
08015, Korea
Tel: 02-2655-2480
Fax: 0505-500-2480
» sales@sejinci.co.kr
» https://www.sejinci.co.kr/
 


Tokyo Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. (TCI)
Global Business Department
Customer Support and Technical service

» globalbusiness@TCIchemicals.com
» https://www.TCIchemicals.com


Connect with TCI

Facebook_S Twitter_S Linkedin_S Instagram_S TCI_S

Copyright © 2020
Tokyo Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
4-10-2 Nihonbashi-honcho, Chuo-ku,Tokyo 103-0023 Japan
E-mail: TCIeNewsletter@TCIchemicals.com


Privacy Policy