A bilayer conducting polymer structure for planar perovskite solar cells with over 1,400 hours operational stability at elevated temperatures

  title={A bilayer conducting polymer structure for planar perovskite solar cells with over 1,400 hours operational stability at elevated temperatures},
  author={Yicheng Zhao and Thomas Heumueller and Jiyun Zhang and Junsheng Luo and Olga Kasian and Stefan Langner and Christian Kupfer and Bowen Liu and Yuanxin Zhong and Jack Elia and Andres Osvet and Jianchang Wu and Chao Liu and Zhongquan Wan and Chunyang Jia and Ning Li and Jens Hauch and Christoph J. Brabec},
  journal={Nature Energy},
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