Electronic structure data at ground and excited state of the geometries of organic photovoltaic materials.

Published: 23-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vxgwv9f8py.1
Contributors:
Jesús Muñiz,
Cornelio Delesma,
Miguel Robles,
Carlos Amador-Bedolla

Description

The data show a collection of electronic structure properties of a series of 33 OPV materials with potential to be implemented as a component in a solar cell device. The data was obtained considering ground state geometries (lowest energy geometries), and also excited states at the Density Functional Theory (DFT) level by using the PBE/def2-TZVP methodology. Such data is directly related to the research paper “The role of photoisomerization in the opto-electronic properties of organic photovoltaic materials: A DFT study” [1]. [1] C. Delesma, C. Amador-Bedolla, M. Robles, J. Muñiz, The role of photoisomerization in the opto-electronic properties of organic photovoltaic materials: A DFT study, Solar Energy (2020) submitted.

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