Electron acceptor materials engineering in colloidal quantum dot solar cells.

@article{Liu2011ElectronAM,
  title={Electron acceptor materials engineering in colloidal quantum dot solar cells.},
  author={Huan Liu and Jiang Tang and Illan Jo Kramer and Ratan K. Debnath and Ghada I Koleilat and Xihua Wang and Armin Fisher and Rui Li and Lukasz Brzozowski and Larissa Levina and Edward H. Sargent},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 33},
  pages={
          3832-7
        }
}
Lead sulfide colloidal quantum dot (CQD) solar cells with a solar power conversion efficiency of 5.6% are reported. The result is achieved through careful optimization of the titanium dioxide electrode that serves as the electron acceptor. Metal-ion-doped sol-gel-derived titanium dioxide electrodes produce a tunable-bandedge, well-passivated materials platform for CQD solar cell optimization. 
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