Consensus statement for stability assessment and reporting for perovskite photovoltaics based on ISOS procedures

@article{Khenkin2020ConsensusSF,
  title={Consensus statement for stability assessment and reporting for perovskite photovoltaics based on ISOS procedures},
  author={Mark V. Khenkin and Eugene A. Katz and Antonio Abate and Giorgio Bardizza and Joseph J. Berry and Christoph J. Brabec and Francesca Brunetti and Vladimir Bulovi{\'c} and Quinn Burlingame and Aldo Di Carlo and Rongrong Cheacharoen and Yi-bing Cheng and Alexander Colsmann and St{\'e}phane Cros and Konrad Domanski and Michał Dusza and Christopher J. Fell and Stephen R. Forrest and Yulia Galagan and Diego Di Girolamo and Michael Gr{\"a}tzel and Anders Hagfeldt and Elizabeth von Hauff and Harald Hoppe and Jeff Kettle and Hans K{\"o}bler and Marina S. Leite and Shengzhong (Frank) Liu and Yueh‐Lin Loo and Joseph M. Luther and Changxian Ma and Morten Madsen and Matthieu Manceau and Muriel Matheron and Michael D. McGehee and Rico Meitzner and Mohammad Khaja Nazeeruddin and Ana Fl{\'a}via Nogueira and Çağla Odabaşı and Anna Osherov and Nam‐Gyu Park and Matthew O. Reese and Francesca De Rossi and Michael Saliba and Ulrich Sigmar Schubert and Henry J. Snaith and Samuel D. Stranks and Wolfgang R. Tress and Pavel A. Troshin and Vida Turkovic and Sjoerd Veenstra and Iris Visoly-Fisher and Aron Walsh and Trystan M. Watson and Haibing Xie and Ramazan Yıldırım and Shaik Mohammed Zakeeruddin and Kai Zhu and M{\'o}nica Lira-Cant{\'u}},
  journal={Nature Energy},
  year={2020},
  volume={5},
  pages={35-49}
}
Improving the long-term stability of perovskite solar cells is critical to the deployment of this technology. Despite the great emphasis laid on stability-related investigations, publications lack consistency in experimental procedures and parameters reported. It is therefore challenging to reproduce and compare results and thereby develop a deep understanding of degradation mechanisms. Here, we report a consensus between researchers in the field on procedures for testing perovskite solar cell… 
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