An indium-free low work function window electrode for organic photovoltaics which improves with in-situ oxidation.

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A low-cost window electrode for organic photovoltaics that simultaneously removes the requirement for conducting oxide and conventional low work function electrodes and functions as a sink for oxygen/water in the heart of the device. Remarkably the functionality of this electrode, which is based on a 7.8 nm nanostructured Cu:Al film, improves upon in situ… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/adma.201203280

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@article{Hutter2013AnIL, title={An indium-free low work function window electrode for organic photovoltaics which improves with in-situ oxidation.}, author={Oliver S Hutter and Helena M Stec and Ross A Hatton}, journal={Advanced materials}, year={2013}, volume={25 2}, pages={284-8} }