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Recent Development in ITO-free Flexible Polymer Solar Cells
The review on recent progress using other transparent electrodes, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, metal nanowires and nanogrids, conductive polymer, and some other electrodes is provided.
Improved photovoltaic performance of silicon nanowire/organic hybrid solar cells by incorporating silver nanoparticles
Reflection spectra confirm the improved light scattering of AgNP-decorated SiNW arrays and short-circuit current and external quantum efficiency measurements show an enhancement in optical absorption of organic layer, especially at lower wavelengths.
Insights into Charge Separation and Transport in Ternary Polymer Solar Cells.
This article gives a clear view on the detailed roles of the ternary components contributing to the device performance, through utilizing the technique of pump-probe photoconductivity spectroscopy combined with transient photoluminescence spectroscopic, for the first time for ternARY polymer solar cells.
Fully understanding the positive roles of plasmonic nanoparticles in ameliorating the efficiency of organic solar cells.
Herein, we constructed inverted PBDTTT-CF:PC70BM bulk-heterojunction organic solar cells by introducing Au nanoparticles to a ZnO buffer layer and a great improvement in energy conversion efficiency
Efficacious engineering on charge extraction for realizing highly efficient perovskite solar cells
Efficient extraction of photogenerated charge carriers is of significance for acquiring a high efficiency for perovskite solar cells. In this paper, a systematic strategy for effectively engineering
Engineering the Photocatalytic Behaviors of g/C3N4‐Based Metal‐Free Materials for Degradation of a Representative Antibiotic
Graphitic carbon nitride (g/C3N4) is of promise as a highly efficient metal‐free photocatalyst, yet engineering the photocatalytic behaviours for efficiently and selectively degrading complicated
Preparation of SnS2 colloidal quantum dots and their application in organic/inorganic hybrid solar cells
AFM characterization has demonstrated morphology changes happening upon surfactant replacement and annealing, which can explain the performance variation of hybrid solar cells.