Electron Microscopy Characterisation of P3 Lines and Laser Scribing-induced Perovskite Decomposition in Perovskite Solar Modules.

@article{Kosasih2019ElectronMC,
  title={Electron Microscopy Characterisation of P3 Lines and Laser Scribing-induced Perovskite Decomposition in Perovskite Solar Modules.},
  author={Felix Utama Kosasih and Lucija Rakocevic and Tom Aernouts and Jef Poortmans and Caterina Ducati},
  journal={ACS applied materials \& interfaces},
  year={2019}
}
Hybrid metal halide perovskites have emerged as a potential photovoltaic material for low-cost thin film solar cells due to their excellent optoelectronic properties. However, high efficiencies obtained with lab-scale cells are difficult to replicate in large modules. The upscaling process requires careful optimisation of multiple steps, such as laser scribing which divides a module into serially connected cells using a pulsed laser beam. In this work, we characterise the effect of laser… 
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