Aesthetic and colorful: Dichroic polymer solar cells using high-performance Fabry-Pérot etalon electrodes with a unique Sb2O3 cavity

  title={Aesthetic and colorful: Dichroic polymer solar cells using high-performance Fabry-P{\'e}rot etalon electrodes with a unique Sb2O3 cavity},
  author={Hye Rim Yeom and Seyeong Song and Song Yi Park and Hwa Sook Ryu and Jae Won Kim and Jungwoo Heo and Hye Won Cho and Bright Walker and Seo‐Jin Ko and Han Young Woo and Jin Young Kim},
  journal={Nano Energy},
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