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Nikifor Solovyov
Nikifor Solovyov

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TopSpin 3.5pl7 can be installed using AppsAnywhere on any Windows machine, including the virtual desktop accessible via MyLab. You do not need admin rights and there are no configuration steps required, so this is the simplest method. Custom AU programs will not compile, so if you want to use these you will have to install a standalone version. Due to how the licensing works, this is also currently the only way to get fully-featured NUS reprocessing (IRLS, and processing of NUS 3D experiments).




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The free academic license for TopSpin 3.5 is no longer valid, so this is not the best way to install TopSpin anymore - 3.6 or 4 is your best option. However, if you do need this particular version for whatever reason you can still do so provided you install our site license and work on-campus or have a functioning VPN. Due to the need for TopSpin to contact the license server every time you reprocess data, the off-campus performance is quite poor unless you have a fast connection.


Another free alternative for (mostly) Windows is SpinWorks. Although the appearance is somewhat dated, it contains some very powerful spin simulation tools. You will also need admin rights to install this on University machines.


Mnova is a popular NMR processing package available for Windows, MacOS and Linux, but this is not free. A small number of individuals in the Department use it, but these are currently paid for separately. Should this number increase it may become feasible to organise this centrally. A version is also available free via the NMRbox platform.


Abstract:Polymer photovoltaics (PV) offer the advantage of low-cost, mass-produced, flexible PV films, but they generally suffer from a low-power conversion efficiency (PCE) compared to silicon. This paper studies ITO/PEDOT:PSS/bulk heterojunction/Al PV cells, where two different bulk heterojunction blends are researched: P3HT/PC61BM and PCDTBT/PC70BM. The addition of multiwall carbon nanotubes (CNT) is explored as a conductive network to accelerate the electron transport and extraction to the outer aluminium current collector while reducing the chance of charge recombinations. Several layer deposition techniques are investigated: spin coating and casting, as well as techniques that would induce transverse orientation of polymer grains, including inkjet printing, electrophoresis and the application of a transverse AC field during annealing. Transverse orientation techniques produced architectures that would facilitate charge transport without recombinations, but it is recommended to avoid such techniques for the deposition of conductive PEDOT:PSS and CNT layers as they create a high surface roughness that leads to short circuiting. The best performing PV cell is the ITO/PEDOT:PSS/PCDTBT/PC70BM/CNT/Al structure with a PCE of 11%.Keywords: carbon nanotubes; semiconductor polymer nanocomposites; semiconductor polymer blends; PEDOT:PSS; inkjet printing; spin coating; casting; photovoltaics 076b4e4f54


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