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Interface engineering of highly efficient perovskite solar cells
Perovskite films received a boost in photovoltaic efficiency through controlled formation of charge-generating films and improved current transfer to the electrodes and low-temperature processing steps allowed the use of materials that draw current out of the perovskites layer more efficiently. Expand
Improved air stability of perovskite solar cells via solution-processed metal oxide transport layers.
A solution-processed lead halide perovskite solar cell that has p-type NiO(x) and n-type ZnO nanoparticles as hole and electron transport layers, respectively, and shows improved stability against water and oxygen degradation when compared with devices with organic charge transport layers is reported. Expand
Raman scattering study on anatase TiO2 nanocrystals
Titanium dioxide (TiO2 ) nanocrystals are prepared by a hydrolysis process of tetrabutyl titanate. Nanocrystal samples with various sizes of 6.8-27.9 nm are obtained after annealing from 100 to 650Expand
Planar heterojunction perovskite solar cells via vapor-assisted solution process.
  • Qi Chen, H. Zhou, +6 authors Y. Yang
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 15 January 2014
A low-temperature vapor-assisted solution process is demonstrated to construct polycrystalline perovskite thin films with full surface coverage, small surface roughness, and grain size up to microscale, paving the way for high reproducibility of films and devices. Expand
Highly flexible silver nanowire electrodes for shape-memory polymer light-emitting diodes.
Shape-memory polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) using a new silver nanowire/polymer electrode are reported. The electrode can be stretched by up to 16% with only a small increase in sheetExpand
Under the spotlight: The organic–inorganic hybrid halide perovskite for optoelectronic applications
Summary The dawn of a new era in optoelectronic technologies has emerged with the recent development of the organic–inorganic hybrid halide perovskite. Its exceptional attributes, including highExpand
Controllable self-induced passivation of hybrid lead iodide perovskites toward high performance solar cells.
This controllable self-induced passivation technique for perovskite films is demonstrated, which enables their compositional change, and allows substantial enhancement in corresponding device performance. Expand
High-efficiency robust perovskite solar cells on ultrathin flexible substrates
High-performance planar heterojunction perovskite solar cells constructed on highly flexible and ultrathin silver-mesh/conducting polymer substrates are demonstrated, demonstrating excellent robustness against mechanical deformation and promising for future applications in flexible and bendable solar cells. Expand
Perovskite solar cells: film formation and properties
Perovskite solar cells have received considerable attention in recent years as a promising material capable of developing high performance photovoltaic devices at a low cost. Their high absorptionExpand
Exploration of Crystallization Kinetics in Quasi Two-Dimensional Perovskite and High Performance Solar Cells.
It is revealed that appropriate FA+ incorporation can effectively control the perovskite crystallization kinetics, which reduces nonradiative recombination centers to acquire high-quality films with a limited nonorientated phase. Expand